Future of Work Visions: Through the Lens of Different Stakeholders

Collection of blog articles about the future of work

Marking the world day for decent work | 7 October 2021



Discussions and research on diverse (non-standard) forms of work receive great attention and reach new aspects that require immediate action to secure sustainable and decent work in the near future.

Marking the World Day for Decent Work (October 7), Reshaping Work invited a diverse field of experts to express their views for the future of work on the topics of access to social protection, workers’ representation, algorithmic management, and skills development, providing policy pointers that will lead to improvements of workers’ livelihoods.

The collection of articles is a result of this invitation and a logical continuation of the ideas discussed at the Future of Work Conference on 10th September 2021.

The opinions and views expressed in this publication are those of the authors. They do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of Reshaping Work.


Juliet Schor

Boston College

Menno Bart and Marine Marty

The Adecco Group

Christina Behrendt


Joanne Kubba


Emma Morgante


Sofija Popara


Quentin Debavelaere


Maudie Derks

Acture Groep

Sandra Hanisch


Pablo Aguera and Patrick Feuerstein

Fairwork Foundation

Adekunle Tinuoye

Micheal Imoudu National Institute for Labour Studies

Dragos Adascalitei and Barbara Gerstenberger


Klaus Heeger

CESI – European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions

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