From the EUWIN Bulletin2024-06-11T22:48:29+01:00

Latest EUWIN Articles

Cybersecurity and Workplace Innovation

February 22nd, 2024|

Organisations experienced a 435% increase in ransomware in 2022, and the World Economic Forum’s cybersecurity report states that 95% of cyber incidents can be traced back to human errors.

Call for Papers

February 22nd, 2024|

EUWIN and the European Journal of Workplace Innovation (EJWI) invite extended abstracts for the EUWIN Scientific Conference, titled The Future of Workplace Innovation.

Workplace Health and Wellbeing

February 20th, 2024|

A new consortium, comprising sixteen academic, industrial and stakeholder partners from ten European countries aim to improve workplace health and wellbeing through novel adaptive architectural solutions.

Trade Unions Drive Workplace Innovation

February 19th, 2024|

In recent decades the growth of workplace practices such as self-organised teamworking and employee-driven innovation has made a positive impact on businesses and working lives.

“Very monotonous work”

February 18th, 2024|

A few years ago, journalist Jeroen van Bergeijk worked undercover at a bol.com distribution centre. He started working as an “order picker”.

The Future of Workplace Innovation

February 18th, 2024|

EUWIN’s honorary advisors Richard Ennals and Frank Pot prepared a short article on why this is an important topic for Europe. We think their arguments are worth sharing more widely.

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European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN)

EUWIN was established by the European Commission in 2013 and is now entirely supported by contributions from an international network of partners co-ordinated by HIVA (University of Leuven). EUWIN also functions as a network partner to BEYOND4.0 and BRIDGES5.0 projects.

Contact: Workplace Innovation Europe CLG (contact@workplaceinnovation.eu).

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