The labour market organisations encourage employers and employees to jointly ensure that workplaces have the competence and drive to make the most of digitalisation. Successful utilisation of digitalisation can bring about significant improvements in terms of productivity, private and public services, the activities of the work community and well-being at work. Over the coming years and decades, some traditional work tasks will disappear or be handled in other ways. At the same time, however, the changes will give rise to new tasks, overall task areas and professions. It is important for workplaces to face this trend head on in a very prepared and systematic manner.
For the use of decision-makers and those involved in the development of working life, the labour market confederations also published a shared stance on the measures required for the promotion of digitalisation. Their viewpoint emphasises collaboration, investments in learning, safeguarding against excessive work tasks, ethical rules concerning algorithms and the utilisation of the potential presented by digitalisation.
Juha Antila tel. +358 (0)50 575 1790, firstname.lastname@example.org
Niilo Hakonen tel. +358 (0)40 820 6800, email@example.com
Marjaana Laine tel. +358 (0)29 553 0304, firstname.lastname@example.org
Joonas Mikkilä tel. +358 (0)45 129 6791, email@example.com
Leila Kurki tel. +358 (0)400 798 959, firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna Kaarina Piepponen tel. +358 (0)40 688 1472, email@example.com
Piia Rekilä tel. +358 (0)44 300 9484, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mika Tuuliainen tel. +358 (0)50 563 4729, email@example.com