Edited by Adrian Wilkinson and Michael Barry
This cutting-edge book charts the latest ideas and concepts in employment relations research. Mapping out the intellectual boundaries of the field, The Future of Work and Employment outlines the key research and policy outcomes for work and employment in the age of digitisation and artificial intelligence.
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- The Future of Work and Employment
- About the editors
- Chapter 1: Understanding the future of work
- Chapter 2: Work ‘or’ employment in the 21st century: its impact on the employment relationship
- Chapter 3: Unpaid work experience and internships: a growing and contested feature of the future of work
- Chapter 4: Diversity and inclusion in a changing world of work
- Chapter 5: Contemporary challenges in meaningful work
- Chapter 6: Employment and work in Europe: improvement or just change?
- Chapter 7: Financing the future of work: who pays?
- Chapter 8: Future of Work (FoW) and gender
- Chapter 9: Biotechnological change and its implications
- Chapter 10: Work and wages in the gig economy: can there be a high road?
- Chapter 11: The growing disruptive impact of work automation: where should future research focus?
- Chapter 12: Governing Global Production Networks in the new economy
- Chapter 13: Navigating the future of work to build meaningful careers
- Chapter 14: The future of employee engagement: the challenge of separating old wine from new bottles
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