Negli ultimi anni è aumentata la quota di persone che hanno un secondo lavoro, un fenomeno che ha trasformato notevolmente i profili e frammentato i percorsi lavorativi, portando alla crescita dei cosiddetti ‘slash workers’.
L’avvento delle piattaforme digitali ha accelerato questa tendenza, rendendola anche più evidente. Chi sono gli slash workers in Europa? Quali sono le loro esigenze lavorative e sociali? Chi li rappresenta collettivamente?
L’11 e il 12 maggio, dalle 9:30 alle 13:00, verranno presentati e discussi i risultati del SWIRL project – Slash Workers and Industrial ReLations (VS/2019/0076), finanziato dalla DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, e promosso Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Institut Mines Télécom -Télécom ParisTech (France), Universidad de Cádiz, Institut für Sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung eV München (Germany), Institute for the Study of the Societies and Knowledge at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Bulgaria), Acta (Italian Association of Advanced Tertiary Consultants) e Smart Fondation (Belgium).
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The webinars will be organised into four panels:
- the first will present the profiles, the trajectories or work and the specific needs of the slash workers;
- the second will deal with the issue of multiple jobs through digital platforms;
- the third will discuss the institutional framework and the potential regulatory responses regarding the phenomenon of slash work;
- the fourth will elucidate the emerging models of collective protection and the representation practices devoted to the slash workers.
During each panel, the presentation of the results of the Swirl research will be followed by a discussion on findings with external researchers and representatives of institutions to discuss the policy implications emerging from the project.
9.30am – 9.45am: Welcome and introduction
By Prof. Ivana Pais
9.45- 11.15 am: Discussion Panel 1 – Slash workers
1/ Prof. Sofía Pérez de Guzmán Padrón, Associate Professor at the General Economy department and Faculty of Work Science of the University of Cádiz
2/ Prof. Annalisa Murgia, Associate Professor at the Department of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Milan
3/ Ludovic Voet, Confederal Secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation
11.30am – 1pm: Discussion Panel 2 – Platforms and platform workers
1/ Prof. Antonio Casilli, full professor of sociology at the Institut Polytechnique de Paris-Télécom Paris (France), and researcher at the Interdisciplinary Institute on Innovation (i3), an institute of the French CNRS.
2/ Anne Dufresne, researcher at GRESEA, Coordinator at Econosphères, Member of Gracos (Groupe d’analyse des conflits sociaux), associate researcher at CIRTES (Centre Interdisciplinaire de Recherche Travail, État et Société-UCL) and at IRES (Institut de recherche économique et sociale-France) as well as collaborator at the Institut européen du salariat (IES)
3/ Tobias Muellensiefen, Legal Officer – Future of Work at DG Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion of the European Commission
9.30am – 11.15 am: Discussion Panel 1 – Institutional framework
1/ Dr. Vassil Kirov, Associate Professor in the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (IPS-BAS) and Associate Researcher the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI).
2/ Dr. Pamela Meil, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Social Science Research, Munich. Co-Director MeRe Research and Consult
3/ Ricardo Rodriguez Contreras, Research Manager at Eurofound
4/ Laurent Aujean, Policy Officer – Access to social protection, DG Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion of the European Commission
11.30am – 1pm: Discussion Panel 2 – Case studies
1/ Prof. Ivana Pais, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Economics, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, IT. (Principal investigator of the Swirl Project.)
2/ Prof. Mayo Fuster Morell (TBC) Director of research at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute of the Open University of Catalonia (Dimmons), affiliated at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and at Institute of Govern and Public Policies at Autonomous University of Barcelona (IGOPnet)
3/ Giuseppe Guerrini, European Economic & Social Committee, group III, Spokesperson for the Social Economy group