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A digital Europe can be a better Europe – a Europe in which growth brings higher quality jobs and promotes more social justice. But targeted and balanced policies are needed to tap into the economic and social potentials the digital revolution entails.
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First Stakeholder Forum of the ‘Digitising European Industry Initiative’

Tuesday 31 January 2017

UNI Europa’s Regional Secretary Oliver Roethig will play an active part in the ‘First Stakeholder Forum’ of the ‘Digitising European Industry’ initiative, organised by the European Commission and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy on 31 January and 1 February 2017. Oliver Roethig will speak at a session on ‘Skills for the…

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What to look for in the European Pillar of Social Rights

Thursday 19 January 2017

On 23 January, UNI Europa will take part in a high level conference on the European Pillar of Social Rights, organised by the European Commission, just a few days after the European Parliament plenary adopted a report on the European Pillar of Social Rights with strong proposals to strengthen social rights in the EU.  UNI…

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Crowd work in Europe is on the rise – new report out

Monday 5 December 2016

Over the past months, we have launched data from various European countries, showing the growing platform or gig economy in Europe. Now, that information is compiled in one handy report that UNI Europa’s Aileen Körfer presented at a Smart Society Project event on smart platforms in Brussels today. The report investigates how crowd workers use…

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The future world of work in Finance

Friday 25 November 2016

The effects of digitalisation in the finance sector was the focus of the day at the UNI Europa Finance meeting on 22 November. With a diverse selection of speakers representing fintech, consumer protection, watchdog organisations and of course European trade union affiliates, the discussions of the day centred around what solutions trade unions could offer…

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