The conference “The Future of Work: Today. Tomorrow. For all” hosted by the European Commission brought together the President Jean-Claude Junker, Vice-President Valdis Dombroviskis, Commissioner Marianne Thyssen, Ministers, representatives from EU institutions, national governments, social partners, civil society, and academia to explore how the developments in the world of work could benefit workers, businesses and the economy similarly. The EU proclaimed the European Pillar of Social Rights to face the rapid transformations enabled by technological and digital developments. Among the discussions, the following highlight aspects emerged from the meeting: a. the EU wants the European social model to be preserved and enhanced despite any technological transformation in the means of work. This will only be possible if the EU set out a roadmap with concrete actions; b. the digital economy needs to be inclusive and workers facing job loss or transitions need support; c. supporting labour market transitions requires adequate investment; and d. strengthening a global level playing field by intensifying cooperation with other organisations and partner is crucial to promote decent work.