Check out the latest Reshaping Work Dialogue Report!
The new report by Reshaping Work finds the proposed Directive on platform work could better address some key issues, such as unpredictable working hours/income, lack of social protection and preservation of the flexibility and autonomy of platform workers.
With a high-level expert lineup of speakers from Europe's most influential institutions gathered in Amsterdam, the Reshaping Work 2022 conference sparked discussions around Al at Work and the platform economy and presented the latest trends that guide the global future of work developments.
The goal of the initiative is to create a permanent knowledge interlocutor where parties with the stake in the debate on the future of work can engage in constructive dialogue, exchange views, negotiate positions, and propose new solutions
When came across the event I could connect to it immediately. I knew, as a gig worker and an artist, that I wanted to be a part of the discussion, but nothing could have prepared me for how damn good the experience was.
Alina LupuConceptual Artist and Platform Worker
We cannot understand the gig economy until we grapple with its competing narratives: Reshaping Work provided a unique opportunity to hear from and discuss with representatives of gig economy workers, academics, and platform operators. A great event!
Jeremias PrasslAssociate Professor Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
The biggest added value of Reshaping Work’s projects and events is the ability to have genuine and open interactions with people from all sides of the debate. It is a place to hear new ideas, and it is great to see people making an effort to reach across the aisle and truly understand each other. This makes these conversations reach a very high level.
Menno BartSenior Public Affairs Manager at the Adecco Group