CAE 2015 Reflection Paper on Welfare

After one year of work on this issue, CAE produced a final Reflection Paper on Access to Social Protection for citizens with irregular work-income in collaboration with: Suzanne Capiau (CAE scientific advisor), Sarah de Heusch and Julek Jurowicz.

The increasing out-sourcing of companies and rapid technological development has tremendously affected labours’ workflow and organization. These changes in the labour market impact greatly the working conditions, level of income of workers, as well as their access to social protection and labour rights.
The objective of the research is to identify if citizens who are in atypical forms of employment in Europe have full access to social protection. The results of the study will be the basis for drafting and debating recommendations among the CAE network.

February 26, 2015, 4:52 pm
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