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Our panel of three diverse speakers will take you through their world of work and highlight topics relating to the current recruitment landscapes, developments in labour and employment law, and adjusting business organizations in light of current times. This webinar is designed to provide work-related insights and provide you with an informal opportunity to expand your network of like-minded individuals.

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GLOBAL EMPLOYMENT INSTITUTE

A new report from the International Bar Association Global Employment Institute urges policymakers to create bespoke legislation for the de facto ‘third category’ of workers engaged in the on-demand economy (ODE) to provide them with greater protection and to boost innovation. Many ODE workers face a lack of legal protection or insecurity about their rights and obligations, which may lead to exploitation of workers by ODE companies, the report states.