Digitalisation and the fundamental technology and structural change are future key challenges for the economy, employees and politics. In order to shape the digital change in the interest of employees, we need more co-determination in undertakings and a genuine vocational training culture in companies. And it must be ensured that the digital world of work guarantees employee rights and social security for all. That is why the Chambers of Labour Austria, Luxembourg, Bremen and Saarland adopted a joint position paper at the International Worker’s Chambers Day in Kirkel (June 2019), in which they demand a legal claim to a recognized initial professional qualification as well as a right to professional continuing vocational training with leave of absence and wage-replacement benefits.