La regulación del trabajo por cuenta propia o autónomo: el estado de la cuestión
This study provides a general overview of the development of self-employment based on the analysis of the shift from paid to self-employment and looks at the factors leading to its growth from a socio-economic viewpoint. The study will then assess the various means of providing freelance work, placing special emphasis on so-called subcontracted self-employed workers, who are gradually assuming an increasingly prominent role. Finally, and from the perspective of the social protection of this type of worker, the study will look at accidents at work and occupational illnesses in self-employment as well as the new regulations concerning coverage for temporary disability.
Volume (Year): (2005)
Issue (Month): 52 (August)
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