This Working Paper outlines claims about the ‘future of work’ (as the shorthand for work and employment) and the policy responses to those claims. It is based on a review of the academic and grey literatures on digitalisation and the future of work.
The European Commission joins the celebration of this year’s International Youth Day, the theme of which is “Transforming Education”, highlighting efforts to make education more inclusive and accessible for all youth.
This is part of a series looking at the priorities of the European Council and President-Elect of the European Commission ahead of the start of a new legislative term in the autumn. Orgalim Director General Malte Lohan discusses how Europe’s technology industries can support EU policymakers in delivering on the policy objectives that matter most to European citizens.
HEL we can! is a side event related to Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union and co-organised by the Confederation of Finnish Industries (EK). This one day event will include discussions on the future of work, lifelong learning and education as well as the role of companies, innovation and research.
The Hellenic Data Protection Authority, in response to a complaint, conducted an ex officio investigation of the lawfulness of the processing of personal data of the employees of the company ‘PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SA’ (PWC BS). According to the above complaint the employees were required to provide consent to the processing of their personal data.
The skills for industry conference underlined the need for Europe to prioritise game-changing initiatives and support industry up- and re-skilling strategies.
A EUR 2.4 million loan extended under the InnovFin-EU finance for innovators initiative under the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme and backed by the European Investment Fund has helped Bulgarian freight transporter Discordia digitalise, develop an innovative business model and create jobs.
It’s World Youth Skills Day! To celebrate, let’s take a look at how the EU’s Programme for the Competitiveness of SMEs (COSME) is helping young people improve their skills and become more competitive on the job market.