Online Training Programme on Technology and New Forms of Employment
Current technological transformations, driven chiefly by digital technology, have far reaching impacts and implications for employment and employment relations. Available evidence indicates that effects of technology and digital expansion on the nature of work and work relations are diverse across the world. Technological changes have given rise to new forms of employment and is also expected to considerably influence the evolving contours of work and work relations in future. It is in this context that this training programme aims to enhance our understanding on the pattern of technological developments and its implications for new forms of employment and future of work.
Trace the technological changes and its impacts and implications for work and work relations Examine the characteristics and processes of new forms of employment. Understand the implications of new forms of employment for labour regulations
identify policy trajectories to respond to the changing forms of work and work relations.
Technological Changes; New Forms of Employment; Labour Regulations and New Forms of Employment; New Practices in Managing Work and Work Relations.
This training will be delivered in an online mode. The training will primarily make use of lectures, case studies and experience sharing. It will also include group discussions and thus be participative in nature.
Government officials concerned with employment issues; Representatives from trade unions; employers’ associations; and civil society organizations engaged in the issues related to employment generation; Researchers specializing on employment and related areas.
Dr. S.K. Sasikumar, Senior Fellow sasikumarsk2[dot]vvgnli[at]gov[dot]in