EUWIN and Beyond 4.0 invite business representatives, policymakers, social partners, and researchers to participate in this free Virtual Conference.
Despite declining union density, the existence of works councils in the core sectors of the economy gives German trade unions considerable institutional power.
The European Council adopts conclusions on well-being at work, upskilling and reskilling and demographic challenges
Employment and social affairs: the Council adopts conclusions on well-being at work, upskilling and reskilling and demographic challenges.
We’re delighted to be relaunching EUWIN’s well-respected Bulletin, bringing fresh insights and news about workplace innovation to our large international community of practitioners and experts.
A special issue (vol. 16, nr. 3) has been published on “Workplace innovation in the era of disruptive technologies” by the Guest Editors Peter Oeij, Diana Rus, Steven Dhondt and Geert van Hootegem.
EJWI was founded in 2015, to provide an arena for publications and dialogue involving researchers and practitioners, in association with the European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN).
Europe's Premier Innovation Conference now with a special session on 'Connecting streams of workplace innovation (WPI)'. Be the first to see the Workplace innovation session abstracts.
Last year the European Commission announced the successful winners of its latest programme to support workplace innovation. The three successful projects are currently inviting SMEs to apply for funding to support short pilot projects.
New technology, flexibilisation and the intensification of work could have significant consequences for those who still have work in the future, and for the quality of that work.