Digitisation - New forms of employment

We are living in the fourth big revolution - the digital revolution. It is changing our society and work environments at breath-taking speed. Many tasks have already been fully automated, with more to follow in the future. Permanent employment in the classic sense is still the norm, but non-typical forms of employment are increasing. (Pseudo) self-employment, platform work, limited contracts - the list is long. Quite often, these forms of employment lead to exploitation and precarious working conditions for workers. We want to show how technical progress and good work can go hand in hand, and why people must always take centre stage.


The future of labour in new work scenarios: digital integration in collaborative and innovative work surroundings
What kind of Europe do we want to build? Workers’ perspective
Bled / SI
Changing work in a digital world: Are we prepared?
Training as an integral part of an active employment policy for all generations. Involvement of young people in workers‘ organisations for trade union regeneration
Modern types of work as a sustainable mobility solution
New types of organisational challenges: The significance of “alternative labour”
Workers‘ Representatives 2.0 – Capacity Building for trade unions and workers organisations
St. Julians /MT
The case for or against a robot tax: Continuing to guarantee the financing of our social model in the face of robotization and AI
Lifelong learning: a lifetime of benefits
New jobs in a different economic context: A blessing or disaster for social justice?


Working and living in a digitalised world

New working relationships: digitalisation and trade union strategies

The impact of the digital world of work on the lives of workers and their families – socio-ethical considerations

Digital world of work – technological developments and changes at the workplace

Digital world of work