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2019 | 46 | 1(538) | 1-11
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NOWE, NIETYPOWE FORMY ZATRUDNIENIA W EPOCE POSTINDUSTRIALNEJ

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NEW, ATYPICAL FORMS OF EMPLOYMENT IN POSTINDUSTRIAL PERIOD
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The Author focuses on the current phenomenon of digital work organized by electronic work platforms in European Union and the United States. His paper characterizes labour relations based not on an contract of employment but a civil type of relations between selfemployed private entrepreneur, work platform and customer on which behalf a work is performed via intermediary – platform. Performing work individuals (self-employed) involved that triangular model of relationship do not enjoy neither the labour rights nor social security privileges. For that reason the Author consider the possibility whether workers engaged in above mentioned complex relationship could be treated as an employees employed by the platform of work performing work ordered by platform clients. Since the work is managed and controlled by the intermediary – the platform the Author advertizes the idea that workers ought to be treated as employees and platform as an employer in situation when the first (workers) are being subordinated the second one (platform).
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Autor omawia specyfikę funkcjonowania platformy pracy w państwach Unii Europejskiej i w Stanach Zjednoczonych. Prezentuje i analizuje trójstronne relacje między podmiotem lub osobą zamawiającą wykonanie usług, platformą pracy i realizatorem – osobą zatrudnioną. Przedstawia dominującą koncepcję pracy wykonywanej nie w prawnych ramach pracowniczego stosunku pracy, lecz samozatrudnienia realizowanego przez indywidualnych przedsiębiorców działających na własny rachunek. Podkreśla, że wykonującym pracę na podstawie cywilnoprawnych umów o dzieło lub zlecenia nie przysługują uprawnienia do świadczeń regulowanych przepisami prawa pracy. Z tego względu autor rozważa możliwość uznania za pracowników platformy pracy osoby świadczące pracę na rzecz jej klientów, zamawiających wykonanie usługi za jej pośrednictwem.
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46
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1-11
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  • Akademia Ignatianum w Krakowie
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