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Peer learning dialogue: Challenges and solutions in preventing, detecting and proving undeclared work in new forms of work

Date: -
Location: Bratislava, Slovakia
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Description

The peer learning dialogue (PLD) focuses on challenges and solutions in detecting undeclared work in new forms of work such as platform work. It scrutinises the nature of undeclared work in the collaborative economy and discusses approaches and tools applied by enforcement authorities in tackling undeclared work including across borders.

The meeting on 18 October focused on:

  • The nature of undeclared work in new forms of work (and how enforcement authorities respond).

 

  • Detecting and proving undeclared work in new forms of work (alternative methods of inspections, etc).

 

  • Data gaps on platform workers and companies including traceability and transparency especially across borders and when sub-contractor chains are used.

 

The meeting on 19 October focused on:

  • Cooperation between enforcement authorities to prevent undeclared work and social dumping including across borders.

 

  • Social dialogue and collective bargaining practices in the area.

 

  • Skills and competences needs.

 

The date of the third PLD will be agreed with PLD participants. During the last meeting participants will share conclusions from the tested actions in the countries.

Organiser

European Labour Authority

Location on map

Bratislava, Slovakia