The reality of the ongoing global pandemic has reminded Europe of its reliance on high-capacity and low latency networks as a means to maintain a sense of normalcy in our lives.
With everyone spending a great deal of time working from home, with an increased dependence on connectivity, the nature of the workplace is changing.
This event report is published alongside Liberty Global’s new study entitled ‘The Future of Work’ and examines Europe’s next steps in terms of the key trends on the horizon when it comes to work, workforce and workplace, with an increased dependence on next-generational telecommunications networks.
The European Commission will attempt to protect the future of platform workers in the EU by setting minimum standards and potentially enforcing pension entitlements and insurance obligations.
With the launch of the new Deloitte report ‘The Future of Work is Here’, John Porter, CEO of Telenet, gives his views on how he and the company are looking at the future of work, especially …
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