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Here you will find UNI Global Union's Opinions on many aspects of the future world of work.
In some of the opinions, we include short videos explaning the challenges, potentials and actions we see necessary.
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This document provides unions, shop stewards and workers with a set of concrete demands to the transparency, and application of Artificial Intelligence in workplaces.
All workers in all forms of work must have the same social and fundamental rights. We cannot accept the flexibility of the digital economy, yet no security for the workers.
Digitalization is not genderless, at least not when it comes to its effects. From the rise of a fluid workplace, to the investment in digital skills and life-long learning, to an increase in the techn
We take the warning signs seriously that indicate that many jobs, as well as tasks that make up jobs, will be displaced by robots, AI and machine learning. Up- and reskilling funds will be essential
The ethics of big data, of machine learning and artificial intelligence need to be discussed in a coordinated global consortium. To be legitimate and representative, the consortium should consist of a
All businesses, in all forms, must contribute to the societies in which they are embedded and on which they depend. In particular, business models that are platform-based and that depend on self-emplo
The digital economy is challenging our societal institutions. Social security systems need modernising, workers' rights must be extended, but also competition law must be changed. As our laws are now,
The new world of work is pushing more and more workers into false and real forms of self-employment. As businesses increasingly move into platform and cloud-based activities, former colleagues therefo