The general objective of the project:

Understand the needs of atypical workers and find relevant solutions, as well as to ensure they can exercise their rights on information, consultation and participation at national and transnational level. In order to do so, project partners representing employer organizations from Poland and Serbia (the biggest employer organization in the respective countries) and trade unions of transport and commerce sectors from Italy, Spain, Serbia, Lithuania, Macedonia and Bulgaria will gather and analyse information on legal documents and determine if the law targets atypical workers (Directive 2002/14/EC, Directive 2009/38/EC, 98/59/EC, 2001/23/EC) and prepare reports. In the end, policy proposal will be developed.

The specific objectives:

Activities:

Duration: 21 months; from Apr 1, 2020 to Nov 30, 2021

September 2020 – 1 day

Topic: Partnership agreements, dissemination plan, social media campaign plan, training methodology plan agreements.

May 2020 – March 2021

November 2020 – 1 day

In order to discuss preliminary results, exchange views on the methodology and elaborate further steps

October 2021 – 1 day

Beneficiary organization:

Co-beneficiaries:

Associate partners:

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