Ir crea

IR-CREA is a research project funded by the EU - DG Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion (agreement number VP/2015/004/0121).

Cultural employment by educational attainment level (EU28, %, 2014)

  • secondary education (ISCED 3-4)
  • tertiary education (ISCED 5-8)
  • less than lower secondary education (ISCED 0-2)

Source: Eurostat

Ir Crea

The project focuses on industrial relations in creative industries. Creative workers are a highly heterogeneous group, which is internally highly differentiated. On the one hand, there are workers employed in large enterprises with high wages, good employment conditions and stable contracts. On the other, there are vulnerable workers who contract out their skills to various organizations in project based labour markets, straddling between self-employment and economically dependent conditions, with medium-low wages and a professional environment characterised by a high level of uncertainty. The research project regards the latter, namely highly skilled workers that play a key role in the knowledge economy but that are also more vulnerable.

FINAL CONFERENCE

STRATEGIC BUT VULNERABLE
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND CREATIVE WORKERS

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