Modern Tendencies for Persons Performing Work Through Digital Platform to Qualify as Employees
Keywords:Key Words: Digital Labour platform, Application, Employment relationship, Economically dependent self-employee, Control through algorithm, Organization of working process.
Determining legal status of persons performing work through digital platform is the challenge of modern employment law, as far as it is very important to develop a uniform approach towards this issue because of the specific character of this type of work. The tendency of widening the concept of employee in scientific literature and judicial practice is observed, the aim of which is to provide minimal social guarantees to persons.
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