The fourth industrial revolution has implications in all parts of the economy and involves technologies from various fields. So to understand the future of work of the Industry 4.0 and to support Portuguese companies and policymakers managing the transition, researchers across Portuguese institutes are working on areas such as:
Taking a collaborative approach, the initiative on the Future of Work and the Fourth Industrial revolution allows us to join forces on this topic and create better insights.
Our initiative Future Work Portugal, launched by IN+/IST, CEiiA and QSR, intends to gain insights of the Portuguese reality, by answering questions along three dimensions:
Which technologies will shape the future of work?
How can employees and companies prepare for changing skill requirements?
How can policymakers shape the future of work?
What are the risks and opportunities through a changing working environment?
Understand Industry 4.0 in Portugal
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HR Manager at CEiiA
International Labour Organization (ILO)
Future of Work (https://www.ilo.org/global/topics/future-of-work/lang--en/index.htm)
World Economic Forum
Future of Work (https://www.weforum.org/projects/future-of-work)
Future of Work Policy Bank
Louisville Future of Work Initiative (powered by Microsoft)