The 7th European Labour Law Network Annual Legal Seminar took place in The Hague/ The Netherlands on 27 and 28 November 2014.
The theme of this year’s conference was “New Forms of Employment and EU Law“.
The programme was divided into seven main sessions:
|1.||An introduction to the theme of the Seminar on the “Overview of new forms of employment” by Ms. Irene Mandl, Eurofound|
|2.||An introduction to the theme of the Seminar on “New forms of employment and IT – Crowdsourcing” by Prof. Jan Marco Leimeister, University of St. Gallen and Kassel University|
|3.||New forms of employment: Implications for EU law – The law as it stands, keynote speech by Prof. Simon Deakin, University of Cambridge|
|4.||Implications of Council Directive 91/533/EEC for new forms of employment, keynote speech by Ms. Claire Toumieux, Allen & Overy France|
|5.||Non-standard employment: What can the EU do?, keynote speech by Prof. Catherine Barnard, University of Cambridge|
|6.||Civil law contracts in Hungary, keynote speech by Prof. Tamás Gyulavári, Pázmány Péter Catholic University|
|7.||Discussion with Mr. Guillaume Cairou, President, European Umbrella Companies Federation (FEPS) and Ms. Christiane Benner, executive managing Director, Industrial Union of Metalworkers Germany (IG Metall)|
The themes were elaborated during the Seminar by means of presentations and working group discussions.
For more information, see Seminar Report 2014.