« The person who performs the job for you will often have no employment rights. Generally, they won’t be an employee under a contract of employment or meet the minimum requirements for “worker” status.
Multinationals have used their economic power to engineer a situation where workers are regarded as self-employed contractors. This minimises responsibility to workers and allows profits to be maximised.
The immorality and inequity of this power imbalance is of course why employment rights were introduced in the first place. Without such rights, the health, safety and wellbeing of workers can be placed in peril. »
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Sans surprise, un patron ne veut pas augmenter les salaires et préfère que vous augmentiez votre productivité (pour vous exploiter davantage).
(et quand j'y pense, doit y avoir pas mal de comparaisons à faire entre un modèle "à la Uber" et Spotify)