Anticipating the Platform Work Directive implementation in the Member States in the near future, it is essential to find ways that will provide adequate access to social protection for all, regardless of their legal status.
To achieve growth, it is crucial to address the challenges that companies encounter when it comes to creating value in the economy and society. These challenges include issues like a shortage of skilled workers and intense competition for talent, and should be addressed in a timely and effective manner.
Building on provisions in the Commission’s proposal for the platform work directive and most recent discussions on AI Act, it is of utter importance to foster understanding and build know-how on complex matters surrounding data issues such as fairness and transparency, ownership and control, regulation and innovation.
To find solutions to the aforementioned challenges above, we convene a diverse group of stakeholders, including insurance experts, public policy professionals, HR specialists, business developers, worker representatives, human rights advocates, and researchers, among others.
Creating such multistakeholder task forces is a crucial part of our mission to shape the future of work through practical policy solutions. Through a productive and focused exchange of ideas, participants can contribute meaningfully to the conversations that truly matter. After each discussion, we prepare a toolbox outlining the main challenges, sectoral differences, best practices, and policy suggestions.
Stay up to date with the latest task force conclusions and be the first to learn about the next steps in advancing working conditions.
Both events offer a fantastic chance to connect with industry leaders, policy makers, and experts in the field, fostering collaboration and knowledge sharing. Don’t miss out on these exceptional occasions to gain valuable insights and contribute to shaping the future of work.
On June 29th and 30th, we will host a conference in collaboration with CESI in Brussels, bringing together key actors on a green economy and the future of work. This event promises engaging discussions, thought- provoking presentations, and valuable networking opportunities.
On October 12th and 13th, we invite you to join us in Tallinn, Estonia, for a unique opportunity to learn from the innovative solutions developed by Estonia in cultivating a diverse workforce. Join this exciting event to discuss concrete policy suggestions for the future of work.
We look forward to welcoming you to these inspiring networking events!