The Flexibility of Temporary Employment in Europe
Temporary employment is not influenced by the unemployment rate, but shows a positive relation with the social protection expenses of the companies. Poland is the country with the highest percentage of temporary workers (2013). The objective of this research is to study this flexibility, by obtaining empirical evidence in the European Union, using a quantitative research method. Research is still missing towards a better understanding of the relation between temporary employment and unemployment. The relevance of understanding of the effects of temporary employment in the European Labor Market. As future research, it is suggested that this study be replicated for the time span of 2006 to 2020. This research focuses on the geographical area studied, providing a better understanding of the relation between temporary employment and unemployment. This research is based on quantitative research using a European Union secondary database (Eurostat).