Platform workers could face ‘robo-firing’ under EU’s AI rules
euobserver, 27 November 2023
After months of almost no progress, EU institutions will meet again on Thursday (9 November) to negotiate the final text of the directive on digital platform workers.
How Uber won access to world leaders, deceived investigators and exploited violence against its drivers in battle for global dominance
International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, 06 July 2022
When the ride-hailing giant called, powerful politicians answered, leaked text messages and emails reveal.
Uber Files: Drivers to protest low pay, unsafe work after leak
Thomson Reuters Foundation News, 14 July 2022
Uber drivers from South Africa to India say they’re unsurprised by whistleblower Mark MacGann’s Uber Files exposé and still work in dangerous conditions
5 of Belgium’s largest platform companies do not offer fair working conditions, study shows
The Brussels Times, 30 March 2022
Five of the largest platform companies in Belgium do not offer fair working conditions, according to a new study from the Fairwork Belgium project, conducted at the KU Leuven and in collaboration with Oxford University.
Fairwork recommendations for the EU Directive on Platform Work
6 November 2023
Phenix Centre hosts annual Fairwork Summit in Jordan, bringing together global experts on the future of platform work
7 June 2023
Launching Gigpedia: the global database on platform work
1 March 2023
Fairwork Podcast Series 2: OUT NOW!
1 December 2022