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PAGE | 2 September 2020
New generations entering the workforce and older generations working longer are changing employment, career models, and organisational structures.
PAGE | 14 April 2020
Circular economy can bring a positive net effect on job creation, provided that workers acquire the skills required by the green transition. By moving towards a more circular...
PAGE | 14 April 2020
Fiscal strategies, social protection and labour market policies should consider support the increasing independent, solo-preneurship, and flexible work systems to address the root-causes of the emerging work...
PAGE | 8 April 2020
Non-standard forms of employment -- e.g., all forms of employment other than a full-time permanent contract -- have increased over the past few decades in both...
PAGE | 8 April 2020
Rapid implementation of automation and robotics and the emergence of AI and IoT are radically changing the work environment. Smart homes, virtual secretaries, AI doctors, care robots...
PAGE | 8 April 2020
The "digital revolution" is impacting everything, from economy, innovation, science and education, to health, sustainability, governance, and lifestyles. Digital technologies will fundamentally change business models, institutions...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 24 March 2020
Fiscal strategies, social protection and labour market policies should consider support the increasing independent, solo-preneurship, and flexible work systems to address the root-causes of the emerging work...
PAGE | 12 March 2020
The work/leisure meaning and balance are changing, driven by priority to self-fulfillment and an increasing entrepreneurial spirit, moving towards self-actualization economy.The meaning of 'the workplace' is changing. It...
PAGE | 12 March 2020
Work is increasingly more cognitively complex, more collaborative, more dependent on technological competence, more mobile and less dependent on geographyIn the 'Gig Economy', jobs are...
PAGE | 12 March 2020
By 2030, hyper-connected, tech savvy millennials will make up 75% of the workforce. An estimated 90% of today's jobs require some IT skills. In the EU, an estimated 61...