|Author (Person)||Sanz de Miguel, Pablo|
Across European countries, the ‘employment contract’ has been, and still is, the point of reference for determining the rights and obligations of both workers and employers.
Work can be contracted in several different ways. The main distinction remains the one between ‘employment’ and ‘self-employment’: this is a prominent feature in all European legal systems, built around the concepts of ‘subordination’ and ‘autonomy’.
|Subject Categories||Business and Industry, Employment and Social Affairs|
|Countries / Regions||Czechia, Spain, United Kingdom|