Published On: Wed, Apr 17th, 2019

EU prepares to fix issues surrounding ‘on demand’ jobs

The ‘on demand’ job sector, though, often brings several job opportunities, it does give little respect to the rights of workers

The European Union has decided to bring a law to fix the issues surrounding the ‘on demand’ jobs, in which the job security index is far less than the normal jobs.

The member countries of the European Union will get not more than three years to implement the law suggested by the union.

The UK will not have to bother about this law, if it leaves from the union before this suggested time limit.

In the case of the UK, it is not a big deal. In the UK, their already exists a law similar to the one introduced by the union now.

Those on the ‘on demand’ jobs, such as those on the job of online food delivery, are going to benefit from the law the most.

Lately, the EU recognised that there existed several abusive practices in the sector of ‘on demand’ jobs.

The reason why there exists several abuses practices in the ‘on demand’ job sector is that it stands out of the recognised job structure.

The ‘on demand’ job sector, though, often brings several job opportunities, it does give little respect to the rights of workers.

There is no doubt that it is high time to end the abusive practices encouraged by the ‘on demand’ jobs.

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EU prepares to fix issues surrounding ‘on demand’ jobs