Digitisation in the workplace


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Author: Riso, Sara


Research into the transformative potential of the digital revolution tends to take a quantitative approach in an attempt to monitor changes in employment levels due to digitalisation. The fear of potential job losses and negative disruption brought about by digital technologies has permeated the policy debate on digitalisation. In contrast, this report, based on case study research, takes a more qualitative approach to exploring the impact of selected digital technologies (internet of things, 3D printing, and virtual and augmented reality) in the workplace. While digital technologies can...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Technology; Industry; Innovation; Employment; Management; Policy

Keywords: Technological change; Digitalisation; Employment practice; Organisation behaviour; Work organisation; Quality of working life; Barrier; Strategic planning; Labour relations; Ethics; Trend; European Union

Geographic subjects: Europe

Published: Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2021

Physical description: iii, 64 p. (report) + [2] p. (executive summary)

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ISBN: 9789289722087 (print); 9789289722070 (PDF)

Resource type: Report

Peer reviewed: Yes

Document number: TD/TNC 147.347

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