Dutch Unions Approach On Deliveroo’s Riders: the Riders Union

Robbert Coenmans, PhD Candidate at Tilburg Law School. March 2018, Download the Contribution. Dutch trade union FNV appears to be using Deliveroo as a test case for organizing (young) workers in the platform economy, with a reasonable degree of success. There seems to be some international coordination, seeing as how similar actions are taking place in, among other places, Belgium, … Read More

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An Italian Judgment on Ryanair anti-union behaviour

Giulia Frosecchi, PhD Candidate in International Studies, University of Trento. March 2018, Download the Contribution. In several occasions, the Italian Courts have dealt with cases concerning Ryanair employment relationships; especially, they have widely addressed the issue of the applicable law for social security provision for workers. The legal uncertainties that had triggered such trials have been solved by the legal … Read More

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Pushing the Boundaries: How the Italian General Confederation of Labour (CGIL) Innovated its Strategies for Representing Amazon Workers

Marta D’Onofrio, Graduate Research Fellow at University of Eastern Piedmont. March 2018, Download the Contribution. Amazon, the leading company in the e-commerce sector, is an interesting case study to show how industrial relations, together with its fundamental institutions, are daily challenged by the decisions made within giant corporations. The main problem lies in the fact that the asymmetry in power … Read More

Admin ELWPushing the Boundaries: How the Italian General Confederation of Labour (CGIL) Innovated its Strategies for Representing Amazon Workers