Plenary sessions

Federico ButeraWork creation, not just mere regulation: Joint Design of Technology, Organization, People growthPDF

Anthony Forsyth‘Prova di Solidarietà’: How Effectively are Unions and Emerging Collective Worker Representatives Responding to New Business Models in Australia and Italy? – PDF

Bernard Gazier “Labour is not a commodity”: the Transitional Labour Markets PerspectivePDF

José Luis Gil y Gil ILO Centenary Declaration for the Future of Work PDF

Even HagelienActivation, Transitions and InclusivenessPDF

Richard HymanResisting Commodification and Inequality: Traditional and Emerging Forms of MobilisationPDF

Bruce E. KaufmanThe Analytical and Practical Significance of Labour is Not a CommodityPDF

Lourdes MellaPrevention of Labour Risks and The New Labour Market: Some Key Issues PDF

Manfred WeissLabour is Not a Commodity: The role of Labour Law between Past and Future PDF

Adrian WilkinsonEmployees Voice at Work. Evolution and PerspectivesPDF

Concurrent Workshops

Maria Cristina Aguilar GonzálvezDigitalización o la oportunidad de creación de más y mejores empleos, y el papel del diálogo social europeoPDF

Giuditta Alessandrini Developing Capacitation: Civic Engagement and Prospects for VET DevelopmentPDF

Cristina AlessiFormazione e sicurezza sul lavoro: un diritto/dovere a geometria variabile PDF

Jim ArrowsmithMoving the Minimum Wage towards a ‘Living Wage’: What is the Impact on Employers and Workers?PDF

Maria Luisa Aversa, Valeria IadevaiaChallenges and Changes for over-50 Workers in the Digital Era. Welfare, Well-being, and Occupational Health and Safety for a Better Employability. The Case of Belluno’s Eyewear DistrictPDF

Aron Peter Balogh Possibilities of Workplace Mediation in the European Union – PDF

Gerardo Cedrola TrabajoOrganización del Trabajo, Representación de los Trabajadores y Regulación laboral en el mundo de la Gig Economy

Olga Chesalina‘Glass Employees’ vs. Gig Workers: Are there any Differences?PDF

Sandra D’Agostino, Silvia Vaccaro Enforcing Workers’ Right to Training: A Comparison between Italy and France PDF

Saniye Dedeoglu, Ozge Berber AgtasHomeworkers in Turkey: Home Bounded – Global OutreachPDF

Chiara GarbuioTemporary Work in Italy: A Model for the Co-Existence of Flexibility and Job ProtectionPDF

Debora Gentilini, Giovanna FilosaOccupational Health and Safety in Smartworking: Legal Issues and Training ChallengesPDF

Ingrid Julieth Gonzalez CardozoPhysical Activity in the Workplace: Strategies and Economics Analysis in HealthPDF

Francesca Grosso Wellbeing of Workers in the Sustainable Chain of Business Value: The Good Practices of Age ManagementPDF

Ljupcho Grozdanovski Increased Human Development, A Consequence from Automation? Fighting Knowledge Inequality in the Face of Automated LabourPDF

Pallavi Joshi Lahari Precarious Work as a Determinant of Health in the Indian Informal Sector: Unravelling health and Work LinkagesPDF

Vijaya Lakshmi Subramaniam Revisiting the Theory of Commodification of Labour in the Digital Revolution for Decent Work Agenda

Cristina Lincaru, Speranta Pîrciog, Adriana Griegorescu – Mapping Transitional Labour Markets Models in EuropePDF

Valerio Massimo Marcone – Dual Training and Capacitation Development Promoting Decent LabourPDF

María Luisa Martín HernándezEl futuro de la seguridad y la salud en el trabajoPDF

Esperanza Macarena Sierra Benítez – La revitalización de la representación sindical en la Industria 4.0PDF

Zeynep NettekovenDrivers of Excessive Labour in Turkey’s Coal Mining Sector PDF

Kate Philip Employment Matters Too Much to Society to Leave to Markets Alone. The Role of Public Employment Programmes as Part of a Social Contract for the Future of Work

Eleonora Picco, Massimo Miglioretti, Vittorio Tripeni – The Maastricht Instrument for Sustainable Employability – Italian version (MAISE-IT): The Validation Study – PDF

Emma Pietrafesa – Health and Safety at Work and the Digital Transformation: New Skills and New Training Needs – PDF

Aleksandra PietrasBurnout from the Labour Protection Perspective. Risks Factors and PreventionPDF

Egidio Riva, Mario Lucchini, Serafino Negrelli Patterns of Job Quality in Europe. A Repeated Cross-Sectional Study on Employees Using a Self-Organizing MapPDF

Mar Sabadell-Bosch, Eva Rimbau-Gilabert WhoseResponsibility is It? The Impact of Labor and Risk Prevention Regulation to Developing Safe and Healthy TeleworkPDF

Fabiola SilvaggiWork and Chronic Diseases: a European Training Tool helping Managers to Promote Workers’ Inclusion and Working AbilityPDF

Zeynep SisliProtection of Older Workers’ Health at WorkPDF

Stefan StanevProhibition of Forced Labor Under Article 4 of the European Convention on Human RightsPDF

Ewa Staszewska Internship for the Unemployed: An Instrument for the Vocational Activation of Young People that Prevents Exclusion from The Labour Market. The Polish ExperiencePDF

Alexander Stöhr – Protection of Self-Employed Workers in Labour Law – PDF

Jimena Ruy-López Schmidt Rights and Principles: the WebPDF

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