The future of work

  1. The Future of Work Centenary Initiative

    The world of work is undergoing a major process of change. In order to understand and to respond effectively to these new challenges the International Labour Organization has launched a "Future of Work initiative" in order to be able to advance its mandate for social justice.

Future of Work Issue Note Series

  1. Issue Note 6

    Cooperation in a changing world of work

  2. Issue Note 5


  3. Issue Note 4

    Social contract

  4. Issue Note 3

    Employment relationships

  5. Issue Note 2

    Labour supply

  6. Issue Note 1

    Technological change

ILO's Network on Future of Work

  1. Paper

    Psychology and the International Labor Organization: The Role of Psychology in the Decent Work Agenda

    By David Blustein, Jonas Masdonati, Jérôme Rossier

    The ILO has a century-long tradition of working on the psychology of work and is now faced with new and growing challenges as the world work is undergoing far-reaching changes. This short note discusses how ILO can benefit from recent psychosocial studies.

  1. Research

    The zombie robot argument lurches on

    By Lawrence Mishel and Josh Bivens, from the Economic Policy Institute

    New report finds there is no evidence that automation leads to joblessness or inequality

  2. Conference

    Innovation, Institutions and Governance

    Hosted by Economics of Innovation

    Sep 16–19, 2017. Tallinn, Estonia.