Technological innovations, the expansion of the “green economy” and demographic changes will create new employment challenges; but according to this report from the International Labour Association’s Global Commission on the Future of Work, these developments also present new opportunities. If governments, private employers and workers’ organizations take action, they can reverse negative trends such as rising inequality and create a stronger, juster and more secure socioeconomic future for all. To that end, the report’s authors propose a “human-centred agenda for the future of work.”
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The International Labour Organization is an agency of the United Nations focused on the advancement of social and economic justice by way of the establishment of international labor standards.
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