. . .is the headline of a recent OECD report covering the policy actions being taken by OECD, EU and G20 countries in response to "the emergence of, and/or growth in, particular labour contract types that diverge from the standard employment relationship and are reflecting on whether existing policies and institutions are capable of addressing effectively the current (and future) challenges of a rapidly changing world of work."
The crucial question "How can policymakers balance the flexibility offered by a diversity of employment contracts, on the one hand, with protection for workers and businesses, on the other?" is examined in 13 chapters: