Led by BusinessHungary, Hungarian social partners started preparing to implement the European Social Partners’ Framework Agreement. A co-creation workshop was organized in the frame of the WorkTransitionCEE project on 13th June 2022 in Budapest, with the participation of the project partners VASAS – Federation of Hungarian Metalworkers’ Union and different national social partners.
The workshop’s objective was to use the design thinking methodology to assess the key areas where national-level policymakers have to invest more efforts in exploiting the possibilities and addressing the challenges of labour-market related digitalisation, to turn digitalisation into an advantage to all labour market actors.
Social partners discussed the impact of digitalisation on working conditions, work relations, skills, and work organisations. The WorkTransitionCEE project’s events in Hungary continue in the autumn of 2022 with the dissemination event of the project study and the event of VASAS.
Social partners started to prepare for the implementation of the European Social Partners’ Framework Agreement on Digitalisation in the frame of the WorkTransitionCEE project.
This event took place under the umbrella of WorkTransitionCEE, a project co-financed by the European Union, which brings together six representative social partners from Romania, Hungary and Slovakia, both unions and employers, to better understand the risks, challenges and opportunities in Industry 4.0 for labor transition in Central and Eastern Europe.