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A kind of legal no-mans-land says Eva Schömer

Eva Schömer has published an article in the journal Arbetsmarknad och Arbetsliv (Labour Market and Working Life), which illustrates how personal assistants experience their working environment and which opportunities they have to influence their working conditions from a socio-legal perspective.

Eva Schömer links personal assistants' work experience with some of the legal requirements that apply when working in someone’s home. The purpose is to develop an understanding of what happens during these meetings, when people and law cross each other in an area of ​​labour law which appears to be a legal no-mans-land.

The article discusses, among other things, how the interests of users and assistants can be met without the rights of the one person violating the rights of the other person.

The article Personlig assistans – en arbetsrättslig limbo (in Swedish) at kau.se

Arbetsmarknad och Arbetsliv (Labour Market and Working Life) is a journal published at Karlstad University, which deals with issues such as labour law and work environment.

Eva Schömer's personal page here on the Sociology of Law Department.

Eva Schömer

Eva Schömer

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