The commons, for another future of work

"Nothing will ever be the same again. " This sentence, it's been resonating on the web for the past few weeks. With containment, a tidal wave of questions about tomorrow's world is surging across our screens. And the future of work occupies a central place in this questioning (e.g. here and there). In fact, this

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The future of work

New generations want a different relationship to work

The fourth industrial revolution is here. Since the arrival of digital tools in the workplace, the transformation of companies is unprecedented. Abolishing borders, reducing distances and speeding up time, digital technology has destabilized the entire organization of work. The new generations aspire to a new relationship to work woven on

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coworking

It's time to reinvent the job!

A new organisation of work is gaining momentum: coworking. The collective is moving towards collaboration, living together is organized around spaces of value that form a community, innovation in use takes precedence over technological advances: development of a digital, collaborative, mobile culture, ... A fertile environment for business creation, innovation and innovation.

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Labour market

Towards an uberisation of the labour market?

Almost a year ago, we informed our readers of Microsoft's takeover of LinkedIn and discussed the risk of an algorithmic takeover of the labour market. A recent study published by the firm Xerfi on "the recruitment market" states that Microsoft now has all the necessary tools to manage the recruitment market.

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Territories with zero unemployment

"Zero Unemployment Territories": the initiative that wants to use people's desires to create their jobs.

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An unemployment rate that is stagnating at over 10%, with 2.5 million long-term unemployed. Faced with the ineffectiveness of policies, the ATD Fourth World association proposes another way: to really start from the skills of job seekers, to create activities of general interest, and not lists of

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Future of work

Crisis, structural unemployment, digital revolution: what if we saw work differently?

At a time when France is worried about the demonstrations on the Labour Law, wonders about the famous inversion of the unemployment curve, is anxious about the increasing automation of societies, this analysis by economics professor Yann Moulier-Boutang, is welcome. For it proposes a new way of looking at work and evaluates the avenues for innovation.

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