Podcast: Technologies in the workplace
- Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change
What do we mean by technologies in the workplace? And are they likely to have a positive or negative effect on our lives? In this episode, Professors Chris Forde and Mark Stuart give an overview of the impact of digital technologies and how they might replace jobs, create new types of jobs, and change the nature of the way we work.
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The work for The European Parliament referred to in this interview is the 2017 study on “The Social Protection of Workers in the Platform Economy”. Read the report.
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