Info from the EU Parliament, in English, with info graphics.
P.S. A ‘gig economy’ is defined by an employment situation in which workers will be hired on time for sporadic jobs in which they will provide everything necessary for the activity.
Often an intermediary company calls you to perform a service, you put your knowledge, your labor and the precise means, you charge, you give a percentage to the mediating company and you are going to wait for the next “mini job”.
The new rules would apply to anyone being paid to work at least 12 hours per four weeks on average, including domestic , on-demand, intermittent, voucher based- and, platform workers as well as trainees and apprentices.
However, genuinely self-employed workers would not be covered by the legislation.
The EU Member States have 3 years to put the rules into practice, so in time, the Estatuto de Trabajadores will have to be adjusted to comply with this EU law. We will keep members informed, as always.
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