The 2021 Reshaping Work Dialogue focused on creating a comprehensive outlook of the state of diverse forms of work in Europe, following the unprecedented digital transformation expedited by the COVID-19 pandemic. Partners addressed topic areas of paramount relevance for diverse workers, including the need for policy makers around the EU Member States to devise quick and adequate responses to the changes on the labour market. The 2021 report presents the outcome of twelve roundtable discussions, supported by a systematic literature review of the topic and by the knowledge of independent experts that partook in writing and reviewing the report.
Taking into account good practices worldwide, work streams focused on coming up with agreements between different stakeholders on the most pressing issues that workers in diverse forms of work are facing.
Discussions centred on concrete actions that can be executed in a short timeframe, supporting post-crisis management and contributing to ideas that can aid recovery of the labour market in four different areas:
Assistant Professor at the Department of Technology and Operations Management at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University and Founder of Reshaping Work.
Postdoctoral Researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, working on the Fairwork project.
Researcher in the Jobs and Skills unit at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)