Project backgroundThis project funded by the European Union aims to contribute to shaping the future world of work in compliance with the ILO Centenary Declaration on the Future of Work, taking into account the interest of EU citizens, societies and economies. It does so by promoting a global approach to the changing world of work, by protecting citizens and by finding workable and sustainable solutions to key challenges related to the changing nature of work.
The project is implemented in collaboration with the Joint Research Centre, the European Commission's science and knowledge service, and it pursues two specific objectives:
- Fact-based Analysis: Develop new evidence around some specific, and understudied, future of work themes focusing on aspects of relevance to the EU and selected non-EU countries;
- Strategic Alliances: Build or reinforce strategic alliances involving the EU, key international and multilateral actors, non-EU countries, and social partners linked to the future of work.
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This component will focus on four thematic areas:
• Platformisation of work in the logistics sector
• The effects of automation and their gender dimensions
• New labour market transition patterns
• Global shifts in employment structures in EU and non-EU countries
This component aims at promoting to EU and non-EU partner countries the knowledge created under the research activities and linked to other areas of interest linked to the future of work.
The actions will aim at both:
• Strengthen the capacity of EU and non-EU countries regarding certain future-of-work-related issues
• Build and strengthen partnerships with non-EU countries to foster a debate on certain aspects of the future of work
Policy dialogue between the EU and NEDLAC on Algorithmic management practices in logistics and healthcare sector
16 August 2023
This policy dialogue was organized under the project “Building partnerships on the future of work” funded by the European Commission.
Research Paper No.17
16 August 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic affected employment drastically. Using quarterly panel data from Peru for the periods 2019–21, this paper describes how the labour market adjusted in terms of informality and employability.
Research Paper No.16
20 June 2023
This paper is part of a research project on how processes of technological upgrading, particularly automation, interact with local social structures and institutional systems in the apparel and footwear industries to impact women’s and men’s employment. It presents findings from in-depth case studies at four apparel and footwear factories in Mexico.