Much has changed in the world in the last 12 months. Companies and their workforces have embraced working from home. Businesses and individuals have had to adapt to changes in their professional and personal lives.
The gig economy was a feature of the workforce before the pandemic. But what changes has the gig economy seen in the last 12 months? What new rules and regulations have governments introduced? What cases have been decided in the courts and have they brought clarity or more uncertainty? Do the greatest risks come from regulators or gig economy workers themselves? What are the risks and opportunities of using gig economy workers and are these the same as 12 months ago?
Join our panel of experts to discuss these changes and what they might mean for businesses operating in Europe. This webinar, with Ludmilla Maurer and Gill Murdoch moderating, will look at the tax and employment law updates the gig economy is facing in the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands and how the position has changed over the past 12 months.
In addition, we are happy to welcome as guest speaker Mr. Artur Olszewski, advisor at the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration. Mr. Olszewski will comment on the Model Rules for Reporting by Platform Operators with respect to Sellers in the Sharing and Gig Economy published by the OECD on 3 July 2020.