NewsPwC Webinar: Gig-Economy talk

Are you interested in the sharing economy, also called Gig-Economy? Do you know how to use it and set up your business model properly or hire new team members, and which risks to avoid?

We would like to invite you to PwC’s webinar, the Gig-Economy talk, where PwC specialists in law, taxes, HR and technology will discuss five topics related to opportunities provided by the Gig-Economy.

You will also find out how to deal with legal, managerial and technological challenges associated with this business model.

When: 1 March 2023, 10.00 am – 11:00 am | online

The topic will be presented by Petra Kinclová, attorney-at-law at PwC Legal.



Regulatory issues related to the sharing economy
Kateřina Mandulová, attorney-at-law, PwC Legal, and ESG specialist
Where is the EU regulation heading, and how is the sharing economy affected by ESG? Which challenges are associated with a business model based on the Gig-Economy from the perspective of regulatory compliance?

Planned regulation concerning platform work and related Czech employment aspects
Petr Glogar, attorney-at-law at PwC Legal, a specialist in labour law
New European Directives. What impact will they have on shared platforms and their business? Who are “gig workers” and why should their relationship with platforms be regulated? Is the Labour Code applicable in this case?

Impact of the planned regulation on HR management
Karel Kolář, PwC specialist in HR management
HR perspective on the planned changes to legal regulations and their implementation; impact on employees. How to make recruitment more attractive? How to reduce fluctuation and increase the company’s attractiveness in the labour market?

New reporting obligation for digital platform operators – DAC 77
Tomáš Hajdušek, PwC specialist in indirect taxes
The amendment imposes a new reporting obligation for operators of digital shared platforms. What should platforms get ready for? Which data is to be reported and why? When is the data to be reported?

AI as a manager (presentation in English)
Christina Hitrova, PwC specialist in digital technologies, digital
ethics and compliance
How does AI create and affect the market supply and demand? How is work/remuneration allotted? What are the challenges associated with automated employee management? What changes will be introduced by the new EU AI Act?


Register here.

Attendance is free of charge. The webinar will be held in Czech and partially in English (the last part of the session). Any queries can be made throughout the webinar via our live chat.

Feel free to contact Iva Sádlová at, +420 703 186 910, with respect to any programme and organisation issues related to the event.