New forms of employment: 2020 update - Luxembourg

Kristell Leduc, Nicaise Misangumukini

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Although standard employment (generally full-time and permanent) remains the dominant employment type across the EU, European labour markets are increasingly characterised by a variety of different forms. These new forms of employment involve new formal employment relationships or work patterns (linked to aspects such as place of work, working time or use of ICT) and sometimes both. This report puts the spotlight on nine innovative employment forms across the 27 EU Member States, Norway and the UK. It examines the policy frameworks of each country, as well as mapping the scale and scope of the incidence of these new forms and highlighting the main opportunities and risks associated with each form. The report concludes with some policy recommendations taking into account the future of work that will be shaped by the twin transition to the digital age and a carbon-neutral economy, as well as a new way of working due to COVID-19.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNew forms of employment: 2020 update
Editors Eurofound, Irene Mandl
PublisherPublications Office of the European Union
ISBN (Electronic) 978-92-897-2126-4
ISBN (Print)978-92-897-2125-7
Publication statusPublished - 15 Dec 2020

Publication series

NameResearch report - Labour market change


  • labor market
  • form of employment
  • Luxembourg
  • COVID-19

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