WorkTransitionCEE

digitalization
WorkTransitionCEE
01.04.2021

Renewed social dialogue for the new world of work. Job transitions & digitalisation in two industrial sectors in CEE countries –Romania, Hungary, Slovakia. WorkTransitionCEE

What will happen to the millions of European citizens affected by both automation and the COVID-19 crisis in the following years and what skills we need to develop to keep pace with a constantly changing world of work are questions that WorkTransitionCEE project will try to find answers for – a project co-financed by the European Union that brings together six representative social partners from Central and Eastern Europe.

Project overview

Project Name: Renewed social dialogue for the new world of work. Job transitions & digitalisation in two industrial sectors in CEE countries –Romania, Hungary, Slovakia. WorkTransitionCEE
Duration: April 2021 - Jan 2023
Official website:
www.worktransition.eu

PROJECT PARTNERS

Project Coordinator: Employers’ Confederation Concordia
Co-beneficiaries: BNS (RO), MGYOSZ (HU), VASAS (HU), NUE (SK), NKOS (SK)
Associate organisations: Business Europe (BE), European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC)
Third Party Organisation: International Organisation of Employers (IOE).

project focus and objectives

By engaging RO, HU and SK employers and employees representatives alike, WorkTransitionCEE aims to underline how critical the following years will be for job transition in the new world of work. Specifically, our project highlights the importance of a strong European social dialogue and the need to implement the Autonomous Framework Agreement on Digitalisation to optimise the benefits and better deal with the challenges of digitalization.

Read more about the topic

Employers and employees are in the same boat - unless they keep up with the digital age, they will have to face hard times

Employers of associations in the National Union of Employers (NUE) met with representatives of trade unions, government representatives, and members of the European Parliament. Together, they discussed not only the current state of Slovakia's digital competitiveness but also the real possibilities of fulfilling the framework agreement of the European social partners in the field of digitization. That the world is in the process of the fourth Industrial Revolution is an indisputable fact. The changes that these industrial revolutions have brought so far have had a radical impact on employees. A large part of the jobs has disappeared, but an even larger part has been created and others have undergone a significant change in qualification requirements.

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