European Social partners framework agreement on Digitalisation
This framework agreement is the shared commitment of the European cross-sectoral social partners to optimise the benefits and deal with the challenges of digitalisation in the world of work.
WorkTransitionCEE Visual Identity
Download the WorkTransitionCEE project visual identity package: the project logo in different formats, documents and Powerpoint presentation templates, the project visual identity guldelines.
Desktop Research – Automotive and Oil and Gas in Romania
This material is the outcome of the desktop research activity executed during the Jobscape research, part of the WorkTransitionCEE project. It includes analysis of documents available in the public domain with regards to the impact of digitalization and automation on jobs and skills with the objective of understanding current perspectives, with a focus on the Oil&Gas and Automotive industries.
Trends Shaping the Future of Work in CEE
The report explores the available pathways to progress and how can the CEE countries become the frontrunners of the digital transformation for the benefit of employers and employees alike. Will age, gender, or country of birth still count in the future as employment criteria? How do we build a new balanced architecture? Where do we start from? These are just a few questions that remain after reading this report.
Guidebook for employees and employers
The guide proposes a series of useful recommendations for successfully navigating what we call digital transformation, the transition to a digital world of work. Concepts such as organizational positioning, roadmap to digitization, interdisciplinary skills, critical thinking, cognitive flexibility, innovation and creativity, resources and efficiency, cooperation, blended approaches, common benefits are notions addressed by this publication, with the objective of providing a platform of reflection on digitization and its implications and providing a starting point for actions to mitigate potential negative consequences and enable realization of benefits.
Jobscape report. The impact of automation on the workforce in two industrial sectors in Hungary.
The Confederation of Hungarian Employers and Industrialists commissioned a study as part of an international collaboration, which examines the impact of the Industry 4.0 on the workforce in the automotive component manufacturing and machine manufacturing sectors. The research was carried out in cooperation with the MGYOSZ and the Iron Trade Union Association, under the leadership of the KOPINT-TÁRKI Institute for Economic Research.
Jobscape report Slovakia. The impact of automation on the workforce in two industrial sectors.
The National Union of employers (NUE) commissioned a study as part of an international collaboration, which examines the impact of the Industry 4.0 o. The research was carried out in cooperation with the Independent Christian Unions of Slovakia (NKOS).
Jobscape report Romania. The impact of automation on the workforce in two industrial sectors.
Concordia Employers’ Confederation launches the research report on “The impact of technology on two sectors in Romania: Auto and Petrol & Gas”. The analysis was conducted by interviewing 109 managers from the two industries and 1,713 employees and revealed 96 occupations potentially at risk due to the digital revolution in the four participating companies.
Policy Recommendations in Hungary, Romania and Slovakia
Extensive research was undertaken under the WorkTransitionCEE project umbrella, to understand the impact of digitization and automation on different occupations and skills, the challenges, and opportunities for the labour market in RO, SK and HU. Based on the finding and extensive cooperation between national social partners and authorities, the project partners developed a series of policy recommendations for each country.
Video – What implications does digitization and automation have for employees in RO, SK and HU?
Digitization and automation are becoming an integrated part of our work. Therefore, education and training programs are essential to develop a set of skills that enable workers to adapt to new changes in the labor market. WorkTransitionCEE project brings together social partners from Hungary, Slovakia and Romania to research how new technologies are changing the labor market in several key sectors and what we can do to prepare for the new labor market. Change is here, let’s make it work for us!
WorkTransitionCEE Project report
WorkTransitionCEE project was a significant initiative aimed at addressing the challenges and opportunities for the labour market associated with the impact of digitization and automation on different occupations and skills in Central and Eastern Europe. The consortium prepared a report presenting the main WorktranstionCEE deliverable and a project timeline with the events and reports prepared under the project umbrella.