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The conference experience dedicated to the working worlds of tomorrow

What does the transformation of work mean for people? How can companies best prepare their employees? And how is each European country reacting to the process of change?

Representatives of European politics, research and business as well as the social partners will be gathering at the World Conference Center in Bonn on 21 and 22 October 2020 to discuss questions like these, share ideas, network with others and learn from each other. 
The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) will host the conference. The event is held within the context of the German Presidency of the Council of the European Union (July to December 2020).
Join us and discover exciting topics, a variety of formats and an inspiring programme – at beyondwork2020, the European conference on labour research!
(You can find the flyer here)

https://event.beyondwork2020.com/registration/2020/index.php?setlang=en
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The conference trailer

The conference podcast (German language)

The working worlds are already changing continuously. In the podcast „beyondwork2020 – The working worlds of tomorrow“, scientific experts talk about the changes we are currently experiencing in our everyday working lives and how they are going to develop in future. In three episodes, the interviewees elaborate on different topics of the conference, ranging from human-machine-interaction to the role of Europe in forming the future working worlds.

Episode 1, Prof. Klaus Bengler

Episode 1 with Prof. Klaus Bengler from the Technical University of Munich and President of Gesellschaft für Arbeitswissenschaft e.V.

Episode 2, Paula Lassmann

Episode 2 with Paula Lassmann, PhD student at the Institute for Engineering Design and Industrial Design at the University of Stuttgart

Episode 3, Irene Mandl

Episode 3 with Irene Mandl from Eurofound, the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions

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