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Organizing on-demand representation, voice, and collective bargaining in the gig economy

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  • Johnston, Hannah
  • Land-Kazlauskas, Christopher.

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This paper examines challenges to freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining for workers in the gig economy, and explores the broad range of strategies that gig-economy workers are using to build collective agency, and to promote effective regulation of gig work.

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  • Johnston, Hannah & Land-Kazlauskas, Christopher., 2018. "Organizing on-demand representation, voice, and collective bargaining in the gig economy," ILO Working Papers 994981993502676, International Labour Organization.
  • Handle: RePEc:ilo:ilowps:994981993502676
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