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Ett gemensamt ansvar - En undersökning av ansvarsfördelningen, oklarheter och risker i bemanningsbranschens trepartsförhållande

Holm, Isabel LU and Svennerstedt, Rebecka LU (2015) HARH16 20142
Department of Business Law
Abstract
Temporary work agencies operate on a business model based on the idea of hiring workers and placing them in assignments at other companies. This model has proved to be beneficial on the labour market in response to the increasing competitive pressure, the need of flexibility and a bigger variation of workforce. The Swedish labour law model is traditionally built on an employment contract between an employer and the employee, who performs work duties on behalf of the employer. To summarize; there is normally a two part relationship in the labour market. In an employer-employee relationship between a temporary work agency and a consultant, however, there is an additional party; the user firm. Accordingly, the correlation has been modified to... (More)
Temporary work agencies operate on a business model based on the idea of hiring workers and placing them in assignments at other companies. This model has proved to be beneficial on the labour market in response to the increasing competitive pressure, the need of flexibility and a bigger variation of workforce. The Swedish labour law model is traditionally built on an employment contract between an employer and the employee, who performs work duties on behalf of the employer. To summarize; there is normally a two part relationship in the labour market. In an employer-employee relationship between a temporary work agency and a consultant, however, there is an additional party; the user firm. Accordingly, the correlation has been modified to a triangular relationship in which all three parties are dependant on each other.
There is a civil law agreement in place between the temporary work agency and the user firm. What labour management rights, work environment and discrimination all have in common, is that in a trilateral relationship, responsibilities are divided between two parties. However, the division differs between the different sections. Labour law legislation refers to the protection of consultants in such a triangular relationship. Though there are still occurrences of consultant’s being caught outside of everyone’s legal responsibility, as the legislation isn’t bulletproof in practice. Consequently, ambiguities will occur as temporary workers have two parties to answer to. (Less)
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Holm, Isabel LU and Svennerstedt, Rebecka LU
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organization
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HARH16 20142
year
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Bemanningsföretag, trepartsförhållande, bemanningsbranschen
language
Swedish
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4938802
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2015-01-23 11:10:41
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  abstract     = {Temporary work agencies operate on a business model based on the idea of hiring workers and placing them in assignments at other companies. This model has proved to be beneficial on the labour market in response to the increasing competitive pressure, the need of flexibility and a bigger variation of workforce. The Swedish labour law model is traditionally built on an employment contract between an employer and the employee, who performs work duties on behalf of the employer. To summarize; there is normally a two part relationship in the labour market. In an employer-employee relationship between a temporary work agency and a consultant, however, there is an additional party; the user firm. Accordingly, the correlation has been modified to a triangular relationship in which all three parties are dependant on each other.
There is a civil law agreement in place between the temporary work agency and the user firm. What labour management rights, work environment and discrimination all have in common, is that in a trilateral relationship, responsibilities are divided between two parties. However, the division differs between the different sections. Labour law legislation refers to the protection of consultants in such a triangular relationship. Though there are still occurrences of consultant’s being caught outside of everyone’s legal responsibility, as the legislation isn’t bulletproof in practice. Consequently, ambiguities will occur as temporary workers have two parties to answer to.},
  author       = {Holm, Isabel and Svennerstedt, Rebecka},
  keyword      = {Bemanningsföretag,trepartsförhållande,bemanningsbranschen},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Ett gemensamt ansvar - En undersökning av ansvarsfördelningen, oklarheter och risker i bemanningsbranschens trepartsförhållande},
  year         = {2015},
}