Economía digital

Observatorio de la economía digital y la seguridad social

La economía digital transformará en gran medida nuestra vida cotidiana, la manera en que trabajamos y nuestra forma de vida.

El Observatorio permitirá a los miembros de la AISS comprender mejor las oportunidades y desafíos que este representará para las administraciones de la seguridad social.

El Observatorio abordará esta transformación desde dos ángulos: los cambios en el entorno en el que se desenvuelven las instituciones de seguridad social y la manera en que las propias instituciones de seguridad social se verán afectadas y reaccionarán frente a estos desafíos.

La AISS ha reunido una gran cantidad de temas relacionados con la economía digital y sus repercusiones en la seguridad social.

Esta “mirada hacia el futuro” es apoyada por las Comisiones Técnicas de la AISS, las conclusiones de las conferencias y eventos de la Asociación, las encuestas a los miembros, las buenas prácticas, la revisión de la bibliografía, la investigación y los aportes de expertos externos.

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25 de mayo de 2018

The Guardian (23.05.2018) Workers across Europe, including 70,000 in UK, to be offered pay protections under new insurance policy The ride-hailing service said a new insurance policy, to be provided free to its drivers, would give them “peace of mind while preserving the flexibility they value”.

23 de mayo de 2018

PerthNow (14.05.2018) Ride-sharing giant Uber and online platforms like food delivery app Deliveroo will face government regulation to protect workers’ rights, Industrial Relations Minister Bill Johnston has vowed. Mr Johnston said players in the so-called gig economy were guilty of “driving wages down and reducing benefits for workers”, and predicted government regulation was inevitable. The WA Government is now considering whether the sector needs to be brought under the State’s industrial relations system. That would force Uber, food-delivery apps Uber Eats and Deliveroo, and local services marketplace Airtasker to pay insurance, workers’ compensation and, potentially, award wages. The platforms and others like them have sparked a boom in temporary, contract and part-time work, allowing people to work when, where and how it suits them. But they operate outside normal workplace laws, and those who sign up are not considered employees, instead classified as independent contractors — meaning they have few rights.

22 de mayo de 2018

EurActiv (17.05.2018) Freedom of services belongs to the four freedoms of the EU. Austria wants to fight its abuse with the help of digitisation. EURACTIV Germany reports from Vienna. The fight against “social fraud, in particular organised illegal work” is one of the main tasks laid down in the work program of the Austrian government. Of course, this is not just an issue that concerns Austria. In fact, in this case, the EU is challenged to lay the foundations for intergovernmental data exchange. The considerations made in this regard in Austria could become a European role model – and there is even a project waiting on “standby”.

16 de mayo de 2018

oecd.org (May 2018) Non-standard work is not a marginal phenomenon: one in six workers is self-employed across the OECD on average, and a further one in eight is on a temporary contract. The number of online platform workers, while still small overall, is growing rapidly.

14 de mayo de 2018

WirtschaftsWoche (03.05.2018) Wir haben eine Vorstellung davon, wie die Digitalisierung und neue Technologien Geschäftsmodelle verändern. Nun gilt es darüber nachzudenken, wie unsere Arbeitswelt aussehen wird und welche Rolle Menschen darin spielen.

14 de mayo de 2018

PerthNow (14.05.2018) Ride-sharing giant Uber and online platforms like food delivery app Deliveroo will face government regulation to protect workers’ rights, Industrial Relations Minister Bill Johnston has vowed. Mr Johnston said players in the so-called gig economy were guilty of “driving wages down and reducing benefits for workers”, and predicted government regulation was inevitable. The WA Government is now considering whether the sector needs to be brought under the State’s industrial relations system

11 de mayo de 2018

opengovasia.com (30.04.2018) The top two levels of hospitals within the three-tier hospital system will be encouraged to provide online services, including consultation, reservation and test result inquiry. The health authority intends to issue detailed online hospital regulations by May.

10 de mayo de 2018

(04.04.2018) The present wave of automation, driven by artificial intelligence (AI) – the development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence – is creating a gap between current legislation and new laws necessary for an emerging workplace reality, states a report published today by the International Bar Association Global Employment Institute (IBA GEI).

10 de mayo de 2018

Le Monde (09.05.2018) La protection sociale des travailleurs « ubérisés » va-t-elle s’améliorer ? Tel est, en tout cas, l’objectif affiché par le gouvernement et par plusieurs députés de la majorité qui veulent ajouter des mesures allant dans ce sens dans le projet de loi « avenir professionnel », examiné à ­l’Assemblée nationale à partir de la fin mai.

8 de mayo de 2018

Les Echos (03.05.2018) En s’appuyant sur la technologie, les assureurs santé cherchent à prévenir les risques et réduire les coûts de traitement tout en repensant leur relation client. Le secteur de la santé est l'un des trois piliers de l'industrie de l'assurance, avec 1 400 milliards de dollars de primes d'assurance en 2017 selon McKinsey. Les dépenses publiques de santé et de soins devraient quant à elles passer à 14 % dans les pays de l'OCDE d'ici 2060 (contre environ 6 % aujourd'hui) selon les prévisions de l'OCDE. Et, alors que l'espérance de vie augmente et que les maladies deviennent plus coûteuses à traiter, les assureurs cherchent des moyens pour prévenir les maladies et pour réduire les coûts de traitement. C'est ici que la technologie devrait être utile.

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