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New technologies and new business models: how to take them into account without compromising employee health and productivity?
The global economy is evolving rapidly. Companies must embrace innovation and adapt to changes in industry and the economy, including the need to integrate new, digital technologies. This paper provides a summary of three reports and various case studies illustrating the impacts of this phenomenon on businesses.read more
When an organization decides to expand its business into other countries, it generally tries to increase its competitiveness in the global marketplace. This strategic decision, however, exposes it to new management challenges, related especially to cultural differences among employees from different countries.read more
The 11th International Association on Workplace Bullying and Harassment (IAWBH) conference took place on June 5 to 8, 2018, in Bordeaux. The association aims to stimulate and generate ideas and research and to incorporate and disseminate research results and best practices in the area of harassment and bullying in the workplace.read more
In modern societies, the way of working is constantly evolving. Some of this change is facilitated by communication technologies which allow connectivity, immediacy and, in the process, permeability of the boundaries that once separated work from private life. It would be wrong, however, to blame technology by itself for these developments: electronic devices can be disabled, emails can be filtered and incoming (telephone) calls can be directed to voice mail. Nevertheless, hyperconnectivity makes individuals more accessible and implicitly requires them to be available online at all times. What is the impact on employees?read more
Due to the aging of today’s workers, many organizations will experience major demographic declines over the next 20 years, which could create a labour shortage. Because of an increase in life expectancy, combined with a gradual extension to what was traditionally considered the age of retirement at 65, older workers are a growing proportion of the current labour force.read more
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