In Denmark, the first collective agreement has been signed for the platform’s economy.
As we have pointed out in previous posts, the labour impact and the effects on the labour market of digital platforms is one of the most relevant aspects to analyse, insofar as they cannot be a door to fraud.
In this regard, the Danish cleaning services platform, Hilfr and its founder Niels Martin Andersen, which employs 450 cleaning assistants, have signed a ground-breaking collective bargaining agreement with the country’s leading trade union, 3F, to get competitive wages. Now, he has taken a big step towards fulfilling his promise.
“With this agreement we are raising the bar for the giant economy and demonstrating how we can all benefit from new technologies without undermining labour rights and working conditions. At the same time, we show that the Danish labour market model is capable of working hand in hand with the new digital business models. said Mr. Andersen.
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