Workplace innovation is an increasingly influential global movement. With strong European origins, it is increasingly recognised by policymakers and other stakeholders in countries across the world as a powerful tool in helping to achieve diverse economic and social policy goals, from inclusive growth and productivity to mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. Yet we know from successive EU-wide surveys (most recently the 2019 European Company Survey) that there is a long tail between the less than 20% of European companies using workplace innovation practices systematically throughout their organisations and the majority.
The recordings of the EUWIN and Beyond 4.0 Virtual Conference ‘Workplace Innovation in the Digital Age’ are now available for you to watch. Click the button below for access.
What is Workplace Innovation?
Stimulating, Resourcing and Sustaining
Workplace Innovation across Europe
A rich resource for workplace innovation including articles, case examples and films
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BRIDGES 5.0, an EU Horizon project focused on building synergies between digital potential and human potential to achieve better outcomes for businesses, workers, society and the planet.
New Book: Towards Sustainable Work in Europe
One remarkably constant figure in Swedish Working Life Research for over 30 years has been Kennetn Abrahamsson, who has organised and financed research in the field on behalf of Swedish government agencies.
Business as Unusual?
Before the COVID-19 pandemic there were already many discussions about the future of work in times of digital transformation.
Notices and Events
Industry 5.0: Signposts for the new paradigm
What does the fourth industrial revolution mean for the work of the modern employee? We would like to invite you to the closing conference of the Paradigms 4.0 project.
STS for the Digital Era – Foundational Perspectives for Dynamic Designing
An exciting two part webinar series presented by Bert Painter, Carolyn Ordowich, and Doug Austrom.
Virtual Conference: Workplace Innovation in the Digital Age
EUWIN and Beyond 4.0 invite business representatives, policymakers, social partners, and researchers to participate in this free Virtual Conference.
Shaping Industry 4.0 – an experimental approach developed by German trade unions
Despite declining union density, the existence of works councils in the core sectors of the economy gives German trade unions considerable institutional power.
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 for the H2020 Beyond4.0 project.
Contact: Workplace Innovation Europe CLG (email@example.com).