Electronic Systems for Employment Dynamics
Only a limited amount of research has been carried out to identify and measure the impact of electronic systems on employment dynamics. This book seeks to characterize contemporary changes in the world of work: how can these systems be optimized, and what employment transformations should result?
Electronic Systems for Employment Dynamics applies analytical and interpretative principles to the understanding of the impact of electronic systems on employment. It highlights the most appropriate principles, mechanisms, policies and strategies to help managers and political decision makers to place human beings back at the heart of industrial and service operations.
Based on detailed analysis and interpretation of company data, the author suggests that there will be a proportion of jobs that will disappear in the near future, but this loss will be compensated by the creation of new jobs thanks to the emergence of new sectors of activity. This upheaval in the labour market inevitably calls for an updating of skills and a transformation in the organization of work, particularly in the service sector.
Electronic Systems for Employment Dynamics is an important reference work for researchers and teachers in business, management and government; companies and human resource managers; and policy makers and advisors.
Author: Dr. Élodie Agba is a Canada Government employee and Research Associate at the Chair of Institutional Governance & Strategic Leadership Research, and Human Resources and Workplace Advisor at Shared Services Canada.
Title: Electronic Systems for Employment Dynamics
Subtitle: Opportunities for Business Improvement and Ethical Decision Making
Subject Classification: Business and Management, Economics and Finance, Politics and Government
BIC Classification: KJ, KC, JP
Binding: Hardback, pp. (to be confirmed)
Planned Publication date: March 2022
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-80441-002-8
ISBN (web pdf): 978-1-80441-003-5
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