We advance discussions on the future of work to make a positive impact on the economy, society, and environment.

Reshaping Office: Your Compass to the Future

We offer inspiring corporate events with leading future of work experts, helping companies stay ahead of the curve. Choose from Expert Lectures, Interactive Workshops or immersive Virtual Events. Bring the future to your office!

Reshaping Office: Your Compass to the Future<

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RW Dialogue 2025 Artificial Intelligence

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In 2025, We will discuss all there is to know about AI. Fill out the form and express your interest by the end of December and co-create the 2025 program with us!

RW Dialogue 2024 - Artificial Intelligence

Policy Guide: Attract & Retain Workers in the Age of AI

This guide provides a framework for organisations to navigate AI adoption for attracting and retaining talent, focusing both on effectiveness and ethics. It also provides a policy perspective, supporting the ongoing discussions within the European Year of Skills.

Policy Guide: Attract & Retain Workers in the Age of AI

Securing the Future
Social Safety Net for All

The current assessment of social protection does not reflect the current labor market. With the growth of self-employment & various flexible work arrangements, workers experience fluctuating income and limited access to social security.
This guide gives practical policy recommendations on how to establish a robust social safety net that transcends traditional working classification; and how to finance it.

Securing the Future - Social Safety Net for All

Reshaping Work
2024 Conference

With a high-level expert lineup of speakers from Europe's most influential institutions gathered in Amsterdam, the Reshaping Work 2024 conference sparked discussions around Al at Work and the platform economy and presented the latest trends that guide the global future of work developments.

Reshaping Work 2024 Conference

What we do


Reshaping the Law of Work

Sharon Block, Professor at Harvard Law School

Technology at Work

Vicky Bunyard, CTO of IBM Northern Europe

Panel Session: "Platforms, Careers & Entrepreneurship"

Panel Session: "Platforms and Regulatory Landscapes"


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

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General Information

What is Reshaping Work?

Reshaping Work is a foundation headquartered in Amsterdam that promotes cutting-edge research, collaborative thinking, and a multistakeholder approach to the future of work topics. We do this by organising events, hosting capacity-building activities, and developing solutions for a decent and equitable future.

How does Reshaping Work achieve an impact?

Reshaping Work releases reports, studies, and blogs to steer debates surrounding the intersection of emerging technologies and the world of work. Through activities, we provide evidence-based insights and recommendations that help shape fair and effective labour policy responses worldwide.

What makes Reshaping Work unique in addressing the future of work topics?

Our multidisciplinary approach, which combines academic rigour with practical insights from industry leaders and policy makers, sets us apart. We focus on critical areas such as AI at work, platform economy and talent economy, providing a holistic view of the evolving work landscape.


What types of events does Reshaping Work organise?

We organise a variety of events including:

  • Global bi-annual conferences in Amsterdam (check out the after-movie that prepared just for you);
  • Regional conferences like the ones we did in Spain, Sweden, and Serbia, together with our local partners and supporters;
  • Corporate workshops tailored to organisational needs;
  • Onward events created for scholars, think tanks, and other actors looking for avenues to promote and disseminate key research findings;
  • Dialogue sessions aimed at timely discussion of topics high on the EU policy agenda.

What benefits do participants gain from attending Reshaping Work events?

Participants gain access to cutting-edge research, networking opportunities with thought leaders, and actionable insights into the future of work. Our events foster collaboration and knowledge sharing among diverse stakeholders, enhancing understanding and innovation in work practices.

Can I present my research at a Reshaping Work event?

Yes, we welcome researchers to present their work at our events. Submit your research proposal through our website’s Events section, and our team will review it for relevance and alignment with our themes.

Research and Insights

What are the main research areas of Reshaping Work?

Our research focuses on three key areas:

  • Platform Economy: Exploring the impact of digital platforms on work.
  • Talent Economy: Understanding shifts in talent management and development.
  • AI at Work: Investigating the impact of AI deployment in workplaces across sectors.

How can I access Reshaping Work’s research publications?

All our research publications, including reports, policy guides, and articles, are available in the Publications section of our website.

Collaboration and Contributions

How can I collaborate with Reshaping Work?

We welcome collaborations with academic institutions, corporations, and policy makers. Contact us at to explore partnership opportunities.

Can I contribute to Reshaping Work’s projects or blog?

Yes, we welcome contributions from experts and practitioners. Reach out via our contact form to discuss how you can contribute to our projects or submit a blog post.

What opportunities are there for students to get involved with Reshaping Work?

Students can participate as volunteers at our events, contribute to research projects, or apply for internships. These opportunities provide valuable experience and exposure to leading discussions on the future of work. Sounds interesting? Drop us an email with your CV and proposal for collaboration at

How can businesses benefit from partnering with Reshaping Work?

Businesses benefit by gaining insights into emerging trends, shaping future labour policies, and showcasing their commitment to forward-thinking organisational practices. Partnerships can include co-hosting events, sponsoring activities, or engaging in thought leadership sessions. If you would like to hear more, contact Jovana Karanovic, a Founder and Managing Director of Reshaping Work, at

Contact and Support

How can I contact Reshaping Work for more information?

For general inquiries and specific questions, email Alternatively, you can visit the Contact Us section on our website for more detailed contact information of our team members.

How can I stay updated on Reshaping Work activities?

Subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on social media for the latest updates on our research, events, and publications.

I love the mission of Reshaping Work! How can I support it?

You can become part of our community by subscribing to our newsletter, attending our events, and engaging with us on social media. Or by donating to our cause here.