The future of (remote) work after Covid-19

In the course of the last year and a half, the world of work has developed a love and hate relationship with the concept of telework, and remote work more generally. As the dust of mandatory teleworking begins to settle, it is timely and appropriate to have a more sober and introspective assessment of the promises, perils, and potential of remote work in the post-pandemic world.

The conference proposes to engage with the current challenges and opportunities, and future regulatory and policy trajectories, arising from remote work practices, by exploring a series of questions pertaining to: i) Telework and remote work during and beyond the pandemic; ii) Regulating telework and remote work for decent work; iii) Trade unions and telework; iv) Remote work and the Future of Work.
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