Eurocadres outlines how the fund can enable a just recovery post-COVID in European Forum event.
In a decisive majority, the European Parliament calls for a ban on the use of facial recognition in public places by law enforcement.
As part of the second-stage consultation of European social partners, we reaffirm the need for further EU action to ensure basic labour standards and rights to platforms’ workers.
The European cross-sectoral social partners concluded in June 2020 a new autonomous framework agreement on digitalisation. Eurocadres will in a series of 4 workshops discuss strategies for implementation of the agreement with its member organisations.
Going back to pre-covid times of 100% office work will most likely not happen. A vast majority of organisations will adopt hybrid models, allowing more time for telework and remote working.
Eurocadres is in favour of legislation defining the right to disconnect. Trade unions have an important part to play in social dialogue and collective bargaining on the issue.
The European Commission published a new report on ethical guidelines for Artificial Intelligence (AI), and launched a pilot project on AI. It has set-out key requirements for trustworthy AI, as well as launching a large-scale pilot phase for feedback from stakeholders.
Workers’ organisations need to be ‘better prepared and more active when it comes to promoting good practice, anticipating digital change and ensuring that no one is left behind in the quickening pace of digitalisation in European labour markets
Digitalisation is both an opportunity and a challenge, is changing work as we know it across sectors and is shaping industry, services and markets. In a recently adopted position Eurocadres underlines some important aspects to work on to achieve a better outcome in digitalisation.
Conference on the impact of digitalisation on the work of professionals and managers in Paris on 14 October 2016.
Une onférence sur l’impact de la digitalisation sur le travail des cadres, managers ou experts le 14 octobre 2016 à Paris.
Many of our members are researchers, teachers, journalists, authors, engineers or IT workers who are involved in creative work and are, as a consequence, possible intellectual property right holders.
Many professions will lose job positions, whereas new will grow. As a result, many of these new jobs will require a different set of skills.
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The European Commission organised its biggest digital event of the year, ICT2015, with more than 7000 participants in Lisbon. The biggest aims and challenges for the digital era are how to create growth and jobs. Many talk about the 900.000 unfilled vacancies and skills mismatch in Europe, which were also mentioned at the event.
Eurocadres – the Council of European Professional and Managerial Staff – is satisfied that the European Commission has decided to prioritise jobs, growth and investment in its working programme.