The world of work has changed forever. Even so, often we aren’t capable of seeing the entire picture. It’s not just a question of lost jobs, emerging professions, new working relationships… The revolution in employment, as a consequence of digitalisation, cannot be understood, in spite of its enormous transcendence, as an isolated event. As the president of the EADT, Ricardo Rodríguez, wrote in the latest edition of the magazine Telos, it is differentiated from other socio-labour revolutions in that it converges with the climate crisis. Accordingly, humanity is facing the challenge of shaping digital transition along with environmental sustainability. “Managing this transition requires democratic, social and economic control”, says the article. “It needs to build a framework that repositions people and citizens at the centre of equitable governance that shapes our future, and not just the future of work”.
Read the entire article -“Technological change and the future of employment”- at this link.