Increasing digitalization affects production regimes of contemporary industrial societies and individuals (as citizens, consumers, capital owners and entrepreneurs, employees and employers). Changed production regimes make difficulties for individuals and society as a whole and create need for compensation by welfare state. From public policy perspective this situation unfortunately is often linking with disruption of jobs. Nevertheless, it is recognised window for opportunity to redesigned established institutional solutions in terms of skill formation, fiscal policy and social protection. Aims of the course are introducing positive and negative implications of digital era on realm of work and offering suggestions for solving generated labour market problems in terms of creating public policy recommendations.