An unregulated limitless working life is a considerable risk to worker’s rights, health, equality and creativity. However, limitless work can also help create a more equal and better work-life balance. How do we avoid the dangers of limitless working and extend the benefits when “one size fits none”?
These are some of the themes in the new ANE report on Sustainable Limitless Work.
Join us via the link below for the online launch of the report on Tuesday, 21 September 2021 at 10:30-12:00 CET. The event will be live-streamed via Vimeo.
The event is aimed at engineers, trade unions, employers, policy-makers, as well as anyone else interested in how to increase the benefits and avoid the pitfalls of limitless working.
After the presentation of the report, an online panel of work-life experts from Denmark, Iceland and Sweden will discuss the findings and recommendations on how to shape the future of limitless work to make it sustainable.
- Event Moderator: Inese Podgaiska, Secretary General of ANE.
- Presenter: Torsten Kjellgren, Analyst & Consultant, Sveriges Ingenjörer.
- Maral Babapour Chafi, Ph.D Human-Technology-Design, Institute of Stress Medicine, Västra Götalandsregionen.
- Oddrún Lilja Birgisdóttir, Health & Safety Environment Manager at MAREL GRB & Chair of Vinnis, the Icelandic Ergonomic Society.
- Morten Thiessen, Owner Thiessen Energy Engineering & Chair of The Danish Society of Engineers’ Labour Market Board.
- Trond Markussen, President of ANE & President of NITO.
Link to recording of the live launch (edited 22.09.21):