Artificial corporate entities and the circumvention of labour standards

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Abstract

The proceedings of the European Labour Law Conference 'New forms of labour and new structures of enterprises - Challenges for labour law' held at 15-16 February in Frankfurt are available online. In his contribution 'Artificial corporate entities and the circumvention of labour standards', Jan Cremers (TLS) explored the development of shell companies (or artificial corporate arrangements) as a specific vehicle that can be used in production and supply chains, with the consequence that labour relations are blurred. He reported about ongoing research in the area of cross-border activities of such artificial arrangements as a method to circumvent the national regulatory frame of industrial relations.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNew forms of labour and new structures of enterprises
Subtitle of host publicationChallenges for labour law
PublisherEuropean Lawyers for Workers Network
Pages55-59
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 5 Mar 2019

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Cremers, J. (2019). Artificial corporate entities and the circumvention of labour standards. In New forms of labour and new structures of enterprises : Challenges for labour law (pp. 55-59). European Lawyers for Workers Network .
Cremers, Jan. / Artificial corporate entities and the circumvention of labour standards. New forms of labour and new structures of enterprises : Challenges for labour law . European Lawyers for Workers Network , 2019. pp. 55-59
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