technology changes, demographics, diversity, globalisation, new production models and the rise of the on-demand and sharing economy are some of the structural shifts that are currently reshaping the world of work.

These new trends create challenges for our current labour laws, welfare schemes, education systems and tax regimes. Labour markets need to evolve to ensure that they remain open, inclusive and sustainable – and enable everyone to grow and prosper..

Bogdan Gabor, President of AFSRU



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