While the European Parliament and Council are discussing the European Commission’s proposal on the platform work directive, we offer a deliberative forum to explore the meaning of the proposed criteria for a rebuttable presumption of employment as well as future provision of social protection for platform workers as well as others engaged in diverse forms of employment (e.g., contract workers).
How are AI systems changing the workplace? What type of accountability and regulations do we need? Throughout the series of activities, we explore niches for addressing power imbalances caused by the application of algorithms at the workplace.
What are programmes that can support youth employability and remove barriers to their careers? What are strategies to overcome the gap between education and the labour market faced by youth? These are just encompassing topics related to the work involvement of the new generation, following the European Commission’s announcement of 2022 as the EU Year of Youth.
Future-proof and future-improved world of work is not the responsibility of just one stakeholder, being that a company, a worker representative, or a policy maker, but rather a shared obligation. The prospect of delivering positive change depends on the engagement of all the stakeholders that have a stake in the debate.
By pioneering a tailor-made multistakeholder approach, Reshaping Work is dedicated to establishing a permanent knowledge interlocutor where parties interested in the future of work can acquire knowledge, exchange views, and negotiate positions.
Reshaping Work Dialogue is a ground-breaking initiative which gathers a multitude of stakeholders in order to provide timely and relevant information on topics concerning diverse forms of work by promoting principles of diversity and inclusion.