The Influence of Individual Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment of the Population on the Formation of Labor Relations


  • Irina Anatolyevna Taskina
  • Yuri Arsentevich Yelbaev
  • Galina Yurievna Lizunova
  • Elena Yuryevna Kudryavtseva
  • L.D. Rudenko



The purpose of this work is to study the positive and negative consequences of the involvement of the population in non-standard forms of employment for the establishment of optimal, balanced labor relations. It has been noted that non-standard labor relations are gradually beginning to prevail among the employed population. Both positive and negative consequences of this process have been highlighted. The positive ones have been presented in the form of flexible working hours, increased freedom of decision-making for the employee; reduced production costs, and the use of flexible wage systems, etc. The lack of basic social guarantees and official labor relations, secondary employment, etc. have been highlighted among the factors that negatively affect the quality of working life of the working population. The authors assess the direction of the influence of individual entrepreneurs and the self-employed persons on the formation of labor relations in different ways and show that today, with the current regulation, it is rather negative for the latter.