EU Sources - Report on implications of digitalisation and platform work - May 31, 2018

 A Eurofound report reviews the history of the digital revolution to date. Furthermore, it examines three key vectors of change: automation of work, the incorporation of digital technology into processes and the coordination of economic transactions through the digital networks known as ‘platforms’. In another report, Eurofound also publishes the latest developments in working life in the European Union. Main topics of interest are the commission’s social fairness package, the provisional agreement on the revision of the posting workers directive and discussion at the spring tripartite social summit for growth and employment.

Read on: in English (1) …   in English (2) … The Platform Work report online: in English …

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