Sharing Economy

The rise of the sharing economy have created a new type of non-standard employment

The Sharing Economy Still Means A Small Percentage Of Global Labor Force

The new type of labour relations explains the the current high rate of part-time, temporary and self-employed workers (19.4%, 12.2% and 13.7%, respectively, in 2017). “Most of our parents and grandparents spent their whole lives working at the same company where they began their career –something which is unthinkable for young people joining the labour market today”, says analysts from CaixaBank Research.


Sharing Economy: Europe Gives Guidance

Julius Baer Research | | Marketplace companies active in the Sharing Economy such as Uber and AirBnB (both not listed) are combining social networks, Big Data analytics and mobile accessibility. Last week, the European Commission (EC) issued guidelines to harmonise the often wildly different treatment faced by businesses trying to shake up sectors ranging from accommodation to transport across the Eurozone.