There has been an unending stream of reports, discussions, and opinion pieces on the impact of digitalisation on work. Robotisation and job loss, platform work and precarity, ICT-use and skills mismatches, etc. In this intervention we discuss how policy makers should take a step back, separate the hype from the structural trends, and focus policy efforts in two domains. Firstly, on counterbalancing the rising power inequality in shaping digitalisation-related labor market trends. And secondly, on the specific quality-of-work related impacts of digitalisation.