Workers must be protected from adverse decisions where responsibility is displaced to apparently anonymous algorithms.
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The EU recovery plan must link company bailouts to enforcement of collective-bargaining rights.
The 2020 ITUC Global Rights Index exposes the failings of the world’s economic model—a new social contract can help us build a new one.
While women appear to be more resilient than men to Covid-19 in terms of health outcomes, that is not the case when it comes to the economic and social fallout.
The Youth Guarantee has failed to deliver on its promise. The deepening economic crisis makes a well-functioning guarantee even more imperative.
EU funding for the agricultural sector must be used to end the mistreatment especially of migrant labour.
The Covid-19 crisis has highlighted the essential role of migration in a globalised economy. The recovery must not be jeopardised by self-harming xenophobia.
The economic crisis induced by Covid-19 has revealed the breaking points of the conservative welfare state. It is time for a reorientation.
Gig workers already bore most of the risk associated with their work. And their platforms haven’t been keen to mitigate it during the crisis.
The short- and long-term effects of the pandemic on immigrant workers depend on policies which vary substantially across western-European countries.
Young people are anxious about the effects of the crisis yet also more trusting in the European Union—an asset which should not be squandered.
The one sure way not to forecast the impact of artificial-intelligence technologies is technological determinism.