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CEPS Project

Labour Market Intermediaries, online talent platforms and the changing world of work

Units Involved

Financial Markets and Institutions
Jobs and Skills
GRID

20 March 2017 / 28 February 2018

The World Employment Confederation-Europe and UNI Europa are conducting a joint project funded by DG EMPL that aims to carry out a mapping of existing online talent platforms and crowd-working intermediaries in order to assess their impact in the labour market and compare them with the characteristics and regulation of the temporary work agencies. The research will look into several dimensions of these online talent platforms and their contribution to the labour market and compare these with temporary agency work (TAW). CEPS and IZA have been subcontracted to perform the research. CEPS is the leader of the consortium.

CEPS Project

Project Details

Financial Markets and Institutions / Jobs and Skills / GRID


Labour Market Intermediaries, online talent platforms and the changing world of work

Contact
Miroslav Beblavy
Miroslav Beblavy
Project Partners

IZA
UNI Europa
World Employment Confederation
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