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Changes in the financial Labour Market: the impact of Directive 2014/65 (MiFID II) and Digitalization.

Changes in the financial Labour Market: the impact of Directive 2014/65 (MiFID II) and Digitalization.

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2019 - 2019

The key-role of Social Dialogue and Industrial Relations to manage the transition from 'traditional' to 'hybrid' contracts for a renewed protection.

Project number:
VP/2018/004/0049

Changes in the financial Labour Market: the impact of Directive 2014/65 (MiFID II) and Digitalization. The key-role of Social Dialogue and Industrial Relations to manage the transition from 'traditional' to 'hybrid' contracts for a renewed protection.

This project aims at strengthening the role and contribution of industrial relations, in particular the social dialogue in the banking sector in responding to the major challenges brought by digitalisation process and introduction of Directive MiFID II. The approach is innovative through search activities to deepen the analysis on topics key of new organisational frameworks of banks and experimentation of new contractual forms. With regard to the latter, the activities will be move in the direction advocated by the European Social Pillar (mentioned in the Call for Proposals), in particular at the Chapter II "Fair working conditions", Principle 5: "Innovative forms of work that ensure quality working conditions shall be fostered. Entrepreneurship and self-employment shall be encouraged. Occupational mobility shall be facilitated". Our study on new types of employment contracts is in line with what is indicated by the European Commission in: COMMISSION STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT- Monitoring the implementation of the European Pillar of Social Rights - {COM(2018) 130 final}.

The document states that:

European Pillar underlines the importance of supporting emerging business models, innovative forms of work, entrepreneurship and self- employment. In general, new business models have the potential to create opportunities. They can facilitate entry into employment, work flexibility and new sources of income. But support for new business models should be premised on a requirement for quality working conditions. Maximising the employment impact of such new business models requires greater occupational mobility. Occupational mobility can be increased by improving access to vocational training and re- qualification and a social protection system that fosters and facilitates career changes.

Furthermore, our activities will have a strength multicultural and experiential approach and will take place within a context of strong transnationality.

Publications:

Publications will be presented soon

July 15, 2019

Kick off meeting, Madrid 15-16 July 2019

Project partners:

CELSI, Slovakia
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ADAPT, Italy
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FIOH, Finland
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FIRST CISL, Italy
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