The European Commission remains ambivalent on involvement of the social partners in political decision-making.
Does it take a pandemic to relaunch European social dialogue?
One of the unwitting effects of the crisis has been to remake the case for dialogue between social partners to solve major problems.
Here Are The New Social Risks Of The Fourth Industrial Revolution
The newest technologies seem to be promising us a truly radiant future: robots whose skills become more refined with every passing day; increasingly numerous and wide-ranging digital data aggregated at an ever faster pace to form something resembling an embryonic global artificial brain; algorithms capable of profiling individuals and identifying their cultural and social preferences; […]
REFIT: An Incipient European Outbreak Of Legislative Anorexia
Fifteen years ago, in an official European Commission (EC) publication, Klaus-Dieter Borchardt (at that time Chief Administrator at the Commission’s Legal Service) drew attention to the European Union’s striking character as a twofold legal construct: simultaneously a creation of law and a community governed by law, the EU’s most innovative feature, he asserted, is that it seeks […]