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Transforming work market, handling gig economy will be up to the next cabinet

The contrast among permanent and flexible work contracts has gotten noticeably more extensive during the Covid-19 pandemic however it will be dependent upon the following cabinet to close the hole, social affairs’ minister Wouter Koolmees said on Wednesday.

Two government-dispatched reports distributed recently feature the merits and demerits of various types of work and prescribed the public authority to make a move to limit the hole.

The suggestions in the two reports show that the current cabinet is moving the correct way, Koolmees stated, however, that crucial changes will require more tolerance.

All things considered, Koolmees told MPs in his guidance that his service is investigating a portion of the suggestions and how they could be deciphered by ensuing rules.

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For instance, authorities are taking a gander at the manner in which work is coordinated through platforms ‘to check whether it is conceivable to treat working by means of a platform as ordinary work and possibly permit platforms to utilize freelancers in the event that they can demonstrate something else.

‘ In January, a commission drove by former civil service chief Hans Borstlap, said the Netherlands needs to take ‘uncommon strides’ to change the work market if the nation needs to keep up its present significant level of success.

The current standards, Borstlap stated, are causing pointless social and monetary issues, and there are specific worries about the ascent in independent work which, he stated, is driving uncertainty and harming advancement

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