Technology and New Labour

Since the era of automation to computerization, technology has had a significant influence on changes in human work patterns. In the digital era, coupled with the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, technology has again had a significant influence on work patterns, resulting in several changes such as work aspirations and expectations, decent work, and human resource capacity, among others. Of course, this also needs to be linked with consideration of the structural instability and the embodied mental system at the individual level. It is in this context that new challenges arise that not only need to be understood but also addressed with relevant horizons.

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