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From Telework to the Scattered Workplace. European Perspectives on Remote Working in a Post-Pandemic Scenario


Date: 15 March 2021, ore 15:00

Registration Deadline: 15 March 2021, ore 14:00

3rd international workshop of the project iRel. Smarter Industrial Relations to Address New Technological Challenges in the World of Work

Co-funded by the European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion (VS/2019/0081)

During the workshop, national reports on remote work will be presented by the countries that are partners to the project: Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Poland. In addition, the issues emerging from the increasingly widespread use of remote working will be examined, in relation to the adaptation of the world of work to the new needs arising from the pandemic, contributing to extensive debate at the European level. This debate has already been followed by initiatives aimed at the adoption of new regulations, such as the resolution of the European Parliament of 21 January 2021, containing recommendations to the European Commission on the rights of remote workers to disconnect.


3 pm CET
EDOARDO ALES – Parthenope University of Naples; Marco Biagi Foundation

3.15-5.30 pm CET
National Reports

  • Bulgaria: EKATERINA RIBAROVA, MARIA PROHASKA, Institute for Social and Trade Union Research, Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Bulgaria
  • Denmark: NATALIE VIDEBÆK, Munkholm, Aarhus University
  • Estonia: GAABRIEL TAVITS, University of Tartu
  • Germany: RÜDRIGER KRAUSE – Georg-August-University Göttingen
  • Hungary: ATTILA KUN, IDIKO’ RACZ – Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary (KRE) Faculty of Law; National Confederation of Workers’s Councils (MOSZ)
  • Italy: IACOPO SENATORI – University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Marco Biagi Foundation; CARLA SPINELLI – University of Bari “Aldo Moro”
  • Poland: IZABELA FLORCZAK, MARTA OTTO – University of Lodz

5.30-6.00 pm CET
DAVIDE DAZZI – Institute of Economic and Social Research of Emilia Romagna-CGIL
OLGA RYMKEVICH – Marco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
MARCO TUFO – University of Siena

The partecipation is free, upon registration.

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