ECEG - industriAll survey

Digital transformation in the workplace


Welcome to the ECEG’s and industriAll Europe Social Partner’s online survey on digital transformation in the workplace


This survey is an integral part of the social partners project on digitalisation managed jointly by the European Chemical Employers’ Group (ECEG)1 and the industriAll European Trade Union2. The survey aims to gain an in-depth understanding of the impacts and changing work conditions due to digitalisation, and its effects on industrial processes in the chemical industry. This entails the following aspects:

  • Impact of digitalisation on quality on work and readjustment of work nature
  • Demand for new skills
  • Job transformation due to robotics and artificial intelligence
  • Automation and robotics in industrial processes and value chains
  • Digital products and services

We would very much appreciate your participation in the survey. It will make an important contribution to understanding the impacts digital transformation within the chemical industry at European scale. This voluntary survey is set to take about 20-25 minutes to complete.


If you have any questions, please contact Janosch Nellen at

Thank you in advance for your valuable support!



If you prefer you to answer the survey in French, German, Spanish, Italian or Polish, please select the desired language above.
For a Dutch PDF-Version of the survey, please click here. Please fill in the English online survey.



1 The European Chemical Employers Group (ECEG) represents the chemical, pharmaceutical, rubber and plastics indus-tries in Europe. As a Brussels-based social affairs organisation it is a recognised social partner and a consultation body of the European Institutions and other stakeholders. With approximately 3.3 million direct employees in more than 94.000 enterprises, the sector is one of the biggest and most dynamic industries in the EU.

2 IndustriAll European Trade Union is the voice of industrial workers all over Europe. It represents 6.9 million workers across supply chains in manufacturing, mining and energy sectors on the European level.