How has the operational practice of industrial relations and labor policy proven itself in the Corona crisis?
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The project aims to identify approaches that could help to utilise the possibilities of AI for “good work” (“Gute Arbeit”).
The aim of the project is to describe and discuss the social power shifts caused by digitization and to understand the effects on established companies.
The overall goal of the project is a discourse on sustainable industrial policy, which explores possible bilateral cooperation between unions and knowledge institutions in Spain and Germany at the territorial levels of the EU, nation state, region, industry and companies.
The Foundation for Labour and Environment of the Trade Union IG BCE is working with the Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS) on a project on this topic.
In a key point paper, the Foundation for Labour and Environment of the Trade Union IG BCE discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the various models and sets out criteria for effective carbon leakage protection.
The project will create ten industry outlooks, with a focus on the current transformation trends and the need for adjustment in energy and competitive industries in the organizational area of IG BCE.
In order to prepare employees for these rapid processes of change and to maintain and increase their transformation and employability, public and company education and training systems play a central and increasingly important role.
What would be the appropriate model for a transformation fund? Which concepts have already been established internationally for a similar purpose? How are financing and governance issues resolved?
Available renewable electricity, competitive electricity prices, changed value chains and carbon leakage protection for German and European industry
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