The Steering Committee

The Initiative’s central decision-making body is the nonpartisan Steering Committee.

Group photo of the Initiative New Quality of Work’s Steering Committee.

The Initiative’s central decision-making body is the Steering Committee. It determines the priorities of the Initiative’s work, decides which projects will be supported and provides input for the Network’s activities.

To ensure the independence of the Initiative New Quality of Work, the Steering Committee is comprised of an equal number of representatives from business and trade unions. The Federal Employment Agency, the Conference of Ministers for Labour and Social Affairs (Arbeits- und Sozialministerkonferenz, ASMK), as well as the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, who finances the Initiative, are also represented in the Steering Committee. Additional substantive expertise and practical insights are contributed by the four Issue Ambassadors.

The following institutions are represented in the Steering Committee (the links lead to the German websites of the institutions):


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