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Policy Issue – Gig Working

Employee share ownership has the greatest impact on company productivity and performance when participation rates are high, but a major challenge currently facing employee share plans is the changing nature of the labour market. The rise of the gig economy, outsourcing and the demise of a “job for life” have served to diminish access to share plans for a significant proportion of the workforce.

Gig economy workers: freelancers; independent contractors; consultants etc, are treated as self-employed rather than employees of a company.

Event: Share Schemes For Non-Employees & Gig Workers

Event: The Future of Gig Working As A Dynamic Economic Alternative

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