more than 80 per cent of stand-by workers on the streets, or substantial change in hours worked as a result of the coronacrisis. In addition, it has been almost 30 per cent of temporary agency workers during the crisis, jobs are lost. According to a survey from the UNION of 1,000 temporary workers.
stand-by workers are to be paid only for the hours that they work, but because of the coronacrisis given the economy a serious blow, and had the employers with less work. Consequently, nearly 80 per cent of workers with a zero hours contract has no work. This is a major concern because approximately half of the temporary workers have no safety net as job and income loss, according to the survey.
According to the UNION, are also temporary agency workers are vulnerable. During the first 78 weeks of a new job, they have no security of employment and income, and may, in the short term, their job to lose. About 80 percent of the temporary workers is in the first stage, and 30 percent of them have been in the past few months, so the actual work to others.
in the Netherlands according to the DUTCH nearly 800,000 temporary workers during the crisis, with virtually no security, and, at any time of their job loss. They are, for example, in the first phase of the work, the contract ends soon and they are still in their probationary period.