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Adottati on 19/09/2018
Riferimento: 
SOC/587-EESC-2018

This exploratory opinion was requested by the European Parliament to feed into a mission to Tallinn, Estonia, on "Digitalisation and the women's role", organised by the EP's Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality (FEMM) on 19-21 September 2018. The opinion looks into the digital gender gap in education system and the labour market. It analyses the reasons behind this phenomenon it and makes proposals on how to increase the participation of girls in STEM and ICT studies and boost the presence of women in the digital sector. It also looks into the pros and cons of digitalisation and its impact on women's life-work balance.

Parere del CESE: Digital gender gap (Exploratory opinion from the European Parliament)

Adottati on 19/09/2018
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SOC/580-EESC-2018-01490-00-01-AC-TRA

The Committee considers that the Commission's proposal for setting up a European Labour Authority (ELA) is, if adequately implemented, an important step in the right direction towards improving cross-border mobility, enforcing European and national legislation, fostering cooperation between national labour market authorities and improving access to adequate and up-to-date information, tackling illegal activities and strengthening the internal market, provided that the ELA respects national and European competences and the Member States demonstrate their support and cooperation.

Parere del CESE: European Labour Authority

Adottati on 19/09/2018
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NAT/734-EESC-2018-02438

The Commission's initiative follows one of the recommendations of the Agricultural Markets Task Force that the EU should legislate in the areas of UTPs for agricultural products, and responds to some of the conclusions of the 2016 EESC opinion on "A fairer food supply chain".

Parere del CESE: Improving the food supply chain

Adottati on 19/09/2018
Riferimento: 
INT/852-EESC-2018

The EESC agrees with the vision outlined in the communication. It believes that in the course of the changes generated by digital transformation, people must be at the center of care.  The digitalisation processes must help healthcare professionals to spend more time with patients. It must be ensured that healthcare professions are appropriately staffed with qualified personnel and equipped with appropriate digital skills. Digital tools must be a lever to develop new forms of organisation in health and care systems.

Parere del CESE: Digital transformation / health and care (communication)

Adottati on 19/09/2018
Riferimento: 
SOC/581-EESC-2018-02514

The EESC supports the proposal for a Council Recommendation on access to social protection for workers and the self-employed. A proper coverage of workers in non-standard forms of work and the self-employed would be in line with the principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights. Access to social protection systems is key for fairer societies. The main outcomes would be: increasing the mutualisation of risk, income security, labour market dynamism, higher productivity, better allocation of resources, and reducing insecurity and poverty for individuals.

Parere del CESE: Access to social protection

Adottati on 19/09/2018
Riferimento: 
INT/845-EESC-2018-

  The EESC flags up the potential of AI and would like to give its input to efforts to lay the groundwork for the social transformations which will go hand in hand with the rise of AI and robotics.

Parere del CESE: Artificial intelligence: anticipating its impact on jobs to ensure a fair transition (own-initiative opinion)

Adottati on 11/07/2018
Riferimento: 
SOC/578-EESC-2018-01730-00-00-AC-TRA

The digitalised world of work will necessitate proper transition management – not only from the side of enterprises, but also from that of human capital.
On the one hand, enterprises have to identify and assess the new needs and draw up and implement plans for controlling the risks and reducing the costs of the transition; employees, on the other hand, should be provided with appropriate guidance and training, so that they can adapt to the new reality and be able to seize the opportunities offered and thrive.
Another aspect to be taken into consideration in the digitalised world of work is the use of data. Thanks to digital technologies and data, the evolution of trends is better understood and targeted support can be proposed to individuals; yet the use of these digital data should be regulated.
The opinion will build on the work already carried out by the Committee on the future of work.

Parere del CESE: EU concepts for transition management in a digitalised world of work – key input for an EU White Paper on the future of work (exploratory opinion requested by the Austrian Presidency)

Adottati on 11/07/2018
Riferimento: 
ECO/454-EESC-2018-01056-00-00-AC-TRA

The EESC supports the Commission's Fin Tech Action Plan and considers that the development of FinTech can deliver a number of benefits to both European businesses and their clients. Measures included in the action plan on improving cyber security and the resilience of the financial sector are important, but should be supplemented by rules to ensure uniformity in the development of FinTech in the EU. Similarly, the Committee believes that the level of regulation for FinTech should be equivalent to that in the financial sector.

The EESC calls on the Commission to identify possible rules for companies offering cloud services with regard to their responsibility for securing the data they host.

Parere del CESE: Financial Technology (FinTech) (communication)

Adottati on 11/07/2018
Riferimento: 
ECO/459-EESC-2018-01556-00-00-ac-tra-en

Parere del CESE: Taxation of profits of multinationals in the digital economy

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