Hybrid work - Social protection of atypical employment in Denmark
Mikkel Mailand and
Trine Pernille Larsen
No 11, WSI Studies from The Institute of Economic and Social Research (WSI), Hans Böckler Foundation
In many European countries, marginal part-time, (solo-) self-employment and secondary jobs have been increasing since the last decades. The question about the provision of social protection and labour legislation for these types of employment is the starting point for a project entitled "Hybrid working arrangements in Europe", directed by the WSI. Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Poland, Italy, Denmark and Austria comprise the group of countries selected in order to investigate "hybrid work" in the context of different welfare state regimes. The following paper by Mikkel Mailand and Trine P. Larsen is one of the seven country studies giving a detailed description about labour law regulations and the national insurance systems for self-employed, secondary jobs and marginal part-time employment.
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