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Digitalisation and automation challenge the sustainability of today’s social policies and welfare and will impact employment as well as tax contributions. The nature of work will be transformed by collaboration of machines with humans which will change our lives, societies and economies.


01. Disruption in the labour market
To adapt supply and demand policy makers need to embrace adequate policies to prepare and guide societies through periods of transitions to guarantee future employability.


03. Social policy innovation needed
The changing world of work will require new approaches to social policies and welfare. Social inclusion and wellbeing of all should guide a human-centric digitalisation.


02. Focus on education
To avoid skills shortages people must be empowered through education. New technologies will allow lifelong learning experiences.

04. Responsible fiscal behaviour
Digital businesses and services should contribute fairly to local communities.  Taxes should be paid where transactions take place to foster sustainable digital economies.

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