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Flexibility and Flexible Work remains most perspective forms of organisation of work. Nowadays three main forms of service providing (except employment relations) exist: 1) freelancers, 2) outsourcing and 3) temporary agency work. The regulation of temporary agency work in Europe and the ways of adoption of such regulation in Lithuania is analysed in the paper. Temporary agency work relations are regulated by International Labour Organisation Convention No 181, EC Directive 91/383 and partly by Directive 96/71. The draft of Directive of the European Parliament and the Council on Working Conditions for Temporary Workers is under discussion and is on its way for adoption in European Parliament. The purpose of this Directive is to ensure the protection of temporary agency workers and to improve the quality of temporary agency work by ensuring that the principle of equal treatment is applied to temporary agency workers and recognising temporary agencies as employers, while taking into account the need for establishing a suitable framework for the use of temporary agency work with a view to contributing effectively to the creation of jobs and to the development of flexible forms of working. The provisions of directive draft are discussed in the paper. Social partners discuss the draft of new Law of The Republic of Lithuania on Temporary Agency Work. Authors highlight the importance to achieve two main goals in the new law; 1) it shall regulate temporary agency work ensuring the application of the principle of equal treatment and social security for employees, and at the same time 2) it shall exploit temporary agency work as a flexibility model to obtain benefits solving problems of unemployment and shortage of qualified employees.
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