In December 2021, the European Commission presented a proposal for legislation to improve the situation of workers performing work through digital labour platforms. There are over 500 platforms in the European Union, which create 28 million jobs. The growing popularity of this form of earning money is directly related to the ongoing digitization and the increasingly common need for flexibility in employment…
ZPP’s contribution to the Commission’s consultation on the VAT in a digital age
ZPP survey: 95% of “platform workers” are satisfied with the cooperation with the platforms. Most of them are against compulsory employment contracts.
CDA joint letter on EDPB guidance legal consistency with DSA
Position of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on the Consumer Credit Directive review
Joint Letter on Digital Services Act
Commentary of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers (ZPP) on the progress of work on the Digital Services Act
Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers has the honor to invite you to join the Future of Work Event. Digitization is changing labor market at an unprecedented pace. It offers opportunities and creates challenges at the same time. During the debate, we would like to discuss how key EU proposals aim to address emerging issues...