Worklife 2000 yearbook 2 : 2000 /
organised by [the] Swedish National Institute for Working Life ... [et al.] ; edited by Richard Ennals.
London ; New York : Springer, [2000].
x, 256 p. ; 24 cm. + 1 computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
1852332905 (alk. paper)
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London ; New York : Springer, [2000].
1852332905 (alk. paper)
general note
"The second of a series of Yearbooks in the Worklife 2000 programme, preparing for the Worklife 2000 Conference in Malmö January 2001, as part of the Swedish Presidency of the European Union."
Includes index.
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A Look Inside
Bowker Data Service Summary
To bring the problems and processes of modern working life to the fore, and to amplify the discussion around them, the Work Life Conference will be held in January 2001. This document presents an account of what has already been discussed.
Main Description
New technologies and the growing flow of information create new conditions for individuals who use these technologies in the work place. The existence and application of modern IT systems can result in new forms of work, tasks that have actually emerged as a result of modern computer and other systems. This second Work Life 2000 Yearbook contains the proceedings of European workshops, organised by the Swedish National Institute for Working Life. These workshops illuminate many different aspects of working life in many nations.
Table of Contents
Introduction to Work Life 2000 Workshops: Context for Work Life 2000
Work Life 2000 Workshops: the 3 Yearbooks
General Themes and Conclusions
1999 Workshop Proceedings: Labour Market
Work Organisation
Work Environment
Small and Medium Sized Enterprises
Information Society
Conclusions from the 1999 workshops
Index of Subjects
Index of Names
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