20 September 2016

New technology and new forms of atypical work including ‘crowdsourcing’: challenges and risks for multinationals

Bruno Blanpain spoke on 20 September 2016 in a pannel of the Employment and Industrial Relations Law Committee and the Taxes Committee of the International Bar Association.

New technologies have made the world flat. Employers may source workers from all over the world to participate in a project without those individuals leaving their home countries. Bruno Blanpain examined together with his panel the challenges employers face when global virtual teams work on a project consisting of both traditional employees, agency employees, independent contractors and individuals engaged in different manners.

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