"The effects of digitization on the working world are by no means technologically predetermined, but can be influenced," says Christiane Benner, the first woman to lead IG Metall. "More than ever before, the debate surrounding digitization has to place a stronger emphasis on people rather than technology".
In this debate, Benner is an influential voice. The discussion is about setting the agenda for the future of work. How can workplaces be secure when intelligent robots and systems are taking on more duties? What role will employee organizations and trade unions play? How does working independent of location shift the boundaries between working and private lives?
Christiane Benner takes clear stances. Above all, she is a firm supporter of more advanced training programs, providing social security for crowd and clickworkers, and protecting employees from digital monitoring in the workplace.
As part of the conference program at the launch of CEBIT, Christiane Benner holds discussions with high-level representatives from economics, politics, and science at the CEBIT Future Work Forum 2018. Book your full-event ticket now: www.cebit.de/en/be-part-of-it/tickets