The Edge Markets | Gig Economy: Improving the Welfare of Gig Workers Requires a More Targeted Approach

The Edge Markets | Gig Economy: Improving the Welfare of Gig Workers Requires a More Targeted Approach

In a recent Op-Ed, Access Partnership’s Seha Yatim discusses how the welfare of gig workers can be improved through a more targeted approach. As the gig economy grows exponentially, it is believed that 4/10 of the Malaysian workforce will be gig economy workers within the next five years.

“Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, workers in the gig economy have come under the spotlight due to concerns about their welfare. The government’s focus on the gig economy is not misplaced.”

Read the full article here.

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