Equal Treatment of Atypical Workers: A New Frontier for EU Law?

@inproceedings{Peers2013EqualTO,
  title={Equal Treatment of Atypical Workers: A New Frontier for EU Law?},
  author={Steve Peers},
  year={2013}
}
In order to address the specific issues of worker protection that are raised by non-standard forms of work, the European Union (EU) has adopted three measures concerning ‘atypical’ workers: a social partners’ Agreement on part-time work;1 another social partners’ Agreement on fixed-term work;2 and a Directive on temporary agency work (the ‘agency work Directive’).3 To protect the atypical workers directly from abusive conditions of employment, and to protect workers with standard employment… CONTINUE READING
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