The digital transformation may have removed geographic boundaries. However, women still face the boundaries of gender prejudices.
In the future, Europe needs decent work conditions for young people. Young workers face multiple challenges already today.
Before the Covid-19 outbreak, telework was mostly an occasional work pattern for the majority of workers. However, the percentage of employees working at least occasionally from home rose to 48 % across the EU within a year of the pandemic.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) holds 'enormous potential' for improving the everyday life of millions around the world. However, the application of AI technologies may not lead to the desired societal outcomes.
For Labour Day 2021, the Competence Centre on the Future of Work of the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation gathered the voices of essential workers from various European countries. They share their experiences and wishes for the future of work, like fair wages and fair working conditions. Find out more on Youtube
This video of the Competence Centre on the Future of Work of the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation explains the importance of turning the principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights into action. On 7 and 8 May, the Porto Social Summit will be the high point of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union and is aimed at setting the European agenda for the next decade and ensuring that we face the challenges of the present and of the future leaving no one behind. Find out more on Youtube
This online-event on platform economy in the Nordics and Germany is on June 8, 10am-12pm (CET). The registration is now open. more Information
Together with ETUCE and CELSI the FES Competence Centre on the Future of Work published a new research study. more Information