Причины добровольного перехода сотрудников на занятость в сети Интернет (на примере Нижегородской области)
The aim is to analyze the theoretical concepts about the impact of employment on the Internet on family relationships. Such employment can lead to negative consequences in family relations in the form of physical, psychological and sexual violence, whose victims can be children, spouses or elderly family members.
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In this paper briefly discusses the phenomenon of information work, in the context of the transition of modern society to post-industrial type, as well as the author pays attention to the social consequences of the process of informatization work.
The aim is to analyze the impact of employment on the Internet on family relationships. Such employment can lead it leads to as negative so positive changing in family relationships.
The second half of the XX century was marked by a dramatic change in the information sector of the economy, which led to the serious transformation in traditional labor relations. There have appeared new forms of mass employment such as freelance and telejob. However in Russia this subject has not been studied yet while there is a large number of relevant empirical and theoretical studies carried out in the developed countries The paper presents a review of Western quantitative studies devoted to freelance and conducted since the beginning of the 2000s. The following issues are reflected upon: elaboration of new terminology, cross-country freelance statistics, advantages and disadvantages of freelance, motivation of freelancers, structure of work process; relations between freelancers and their customers; and professional communities of freelancers.