|A person or entity which hires the services or work of another (employed; not freelancing)
|A person who is hired for a wage, salary, fee or payment to perform work for an employer (not freelancing)
|A person who works independently for another person or company (not employed).
|Or a labor union, often simply referred to as a union, is an organisation of workers who have come together to achieve common goals, such as working conditions and saleries, through negotiations with employers or their associations.
|Term used in the field of labour law a.o., when the three parties state, employer and trade unions are involved.
|A written contract negotiated through collective bargaining for employees by one or more trade unions with the management of a company or with an employers’ association that regulates the terms and conditions of employees at work.
|Contractual rules that only apply if the parties have not agreed otherwise.
|Work that someone does by signing up for it on a digital platform (e.g. Uber; cp. chapter 04.06 04.06 Uber Case – International legal qualification of «clickworkers»)
|Term for an intergovernmental agreement (agreement between governments or countries) (e.g. at the ILO, cp. chapter 04.03 International Labour Organiziation)
|Process of negotiation between employers and trade unions aimed at agreements to regulate working salaries, working conditions, benefits, and other aspects of workers’ compensation and rights for workers.