This article focuses on gender equality in virtual work, taking special account of the regulatory challenges. It contributes to broader debates on the workers’ situation in the sharing economy in two ways. Firstly, it makes an inaugural attempt to evaluate the implications of the new forms of work in the sharing economy for female virtual workers, looking at the issue of equal treatment. Secondly, it offers preliminary suggestions regarding a future regulation to improve equality between genders in virtual work.
|Pages (from-to)||90 - 102|
|Journal||Hungarian Labour Law E-Journal|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
Austrian Classification of Fields of Science and Technology (ÖFOS)
- 505001 Labour law
- 505017 Comparative law
- 505020 Social law