Labor markets and the future of work
On Wednesday, June 17, we organized our ninth Aspen Ideas online, within the series of debates about our changing environment.
The session was titled “Labor markets and future of work” and was led by Luz Rodríguez, Professor of Labor Law at the Universidad Castilla-La Mancha and former Secretary of State for Employment and Román Gil, Lawyer specialized in Labor Law, partner of Sagardoy Abogados and Aspen España Fellow.
Based on these reflections, a group of prominent businessmen, managers, politicians, senior officials, academics and representatives of the third sector discussed how the coronavirus crisis is affecting the labor market, the measures that could alleviate the negative effects of the crisis and improve how it works, and what the future of work will look like, particularly in the wake of changes brought about by technology.
Four readings were recommended that we would like to share with you:
Luz Rodríguez, Robots cotizando a la Seguridad Social
Román Gil, The Human Effect
Luz Rodríguez, Derechos para los trabajadores de las plataformas digitales