EUWIN CONFERENCE: The Future of Workplace Innovation
October 1 – October 3
We are delighted to invite you to the conference titled “The Future of Workplace Innovation,” organised by EUWIN, a European network dedicated to advancing workplace innovation across the continent.
The Conference creates a platform for diverse participants including researchers, practitioners and policymakers to contemplate the challenges and opportunities presented by current societal developments that impact the future of work, employment and society.
The conference programme will span three days, combining theoretical and practical knowledge and experience. Thematic focus areas include:
- Conference Title: The Future of Workplace Innovation
- Date: October 1st to 3rd, 2024
- Location: University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Donostia-San Sebastian, Carlos Santamaria Auditorium
- Promoter: European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN)
- Sinnergiak Social Innovation (UPV/EHU) (Spain)
- University of Agder (Norway)
- Workplace Innovation Europe CLG (Ireland/UK)
- Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)
Conference Partners: The conference is endorsed by the EU Horizon Bridges 5.0 project.
In collaboration with the European Journal of Workplace Innovation
Conference proceedings will be published in a special issue of the European Journal of Workplace Innovation (EJWI), edited by the University of Agder, Norway. See https://journal.uia.no/index.php/EJWI for details.
We are pleased to announce that the conference is entirely free of charge for all attendees. Participants are responsible for their own travel, accommodation and subsistence costs.
On behalf of the European Workplace Innovation Network:
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EUWIN (the European Workplace Innovation Network) is a community of researchers and practitioners from business, public policy, research and social partner organisations. Its remit is to promote workplace practices that lead to simultaneous improvements in organisational performance and quality of working life for employees. First established by the European Commission in 2013, EUWIN is now funded and managed by a network of international partners.