New technologies` impact on workforce and labor law

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Show simple item record Bayón Pérez, Jessica Arenas Falótico, Andrés Jerónimo Lominchar Jimenez, Jose 2022-01-19T15:28:05Z 2022-01-19T15:28:05Z 2022-01-16
dc.identifier.citation Bayón Pérez, Jessica. Arenas Falótico, Andrés Jerónimo. Lominchar Jimenez, Jose "New technologies` impact on workforce and labor law" Academicus International Scientific Journal 13.25 (2022): 75-90. en_US
dc.identifier.issn 2079-3715
dc.identifier.issn 2309-1088
dc.description.abstract If we look back, evaluating the last two centuries, the productive environments of our societies have experienced several industrial revolutions that caused great changes in production and that, in turn, generated important changes in societies at all times. Likewise, the digital transformation that has been incorporated into the bases of companies, each one in its measure, has not yet reached its maximum potential, but it has changed the way we live and, therefore, the way we work. Historically, automation has come from the hand of specialization, not because of the manufacture of tractors the land has been stopped, but more has been produced and that production has been managed in favor of employment and economic health. Technological transformations hand in hand with digitalization and artificial intelligence generate opportunities, but they also represent a threat to a good part of traditional jobs and professions, since changes are rapid and the impact of new technologies is much greater; thus, the change in the training and qualification of workers is necessary. Like the looms in the 18th century and the production models at the beginning of the 20th, digital transformation is our present, but it will be much more powerful in the future, as it entails and will entail a redefinition of the labor market and the law that governs it. regulates. Globalization and technological changes have generated a need to address labor law from a global perspective; Furthermore, this right must not only be active, but also effective, solid, in accordance with international decent work standards. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Academicus International Scientific Journal en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries 25;5
dc.subject technologies; new technologies; work and labor law; en_US
dc.title New technologies` impact on workforce and labor law en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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