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.
Leading thinkers in human resource management argue that managers can create the organisational conditions to get the best performance out of their employees.
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.
This Autonomous Agreement has been concluded by the European cross-sectoral social partners (BusinessEurope, SMEunited, CEEP and the ETUC) in June 2020 and applies to the whole of the EU/EEA.
The European Pillar of Social Rights is the social strategy to make sure that the transitions of climate-neutrality, digitalisation and demographic change, as well as the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, are socially fair and just.
Social Innovation and Workplace Innovation will get now more visibility, support and funding to move forward to new and better practices in Germany.
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.