DEEP VIEW Comparative Report: Preliminary findings: Desk research

P. Miguel de Sanz, J. Arasanz, J. Frías, C. Jørgensen, S. E. Navrbjerg, U. Papouschek, B. Haidinger, L. Osila, M. Masso, Nuno Boavida, António Brandão Moniz

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Abstract

The aim of the DEEP VIEW project is to analyse how social dialogue and collective bargaining are addressing the effects of virtual work on working conditions. The study is focused on five countries (Austria, Denmark, Estonia, Portugal and Spain) representing different varieties of industrial relation systems; and three sectors in which, according to European sources, virtual work is most used (financial activities and computer programming, consultancy and related activities) or has become more widespread recently (home care activities).

Keywords

  • Virtual work

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    Miguel de Sanz, P., Arasanz, J., Frías, J., Jørgensen, C., Navrbjerg, S. E., Papouschek, U., ... Moniz, A. B. (2019). DEEP VIEW Comparative Report: Preliminary findings: Desk research. Projecto DEEP VIEW (DEcEnt and Productive VIrtual Work): Exploring the contribution of social dialogue and collective bargaining in the promotion of decent and productive virtual work.