There is a significant emergence of new forms of employment characterised by unconventional work patterns and places of work, or by irregular provision of work, and by a wide range of contractual arrangements.
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The Symposium will promote mutual understanding, exchange evidence, experiences and practices about new forms of employment and their implications for the way we live, learn, work or do business.
There will be 60 participants from the Japanese administration, EU institutions, agencies and bodies, social partners, EU Member States' representatives, international organisations, experts-academics and civil society organisations
Participation is by invitation only.