Advertising, globalization, immigration, and corporations induce us to work too much to the detriment of family life, and combined with genetic engineering this urge to produce more could result in humans becoming almost robotic workers.
Analyzes the Disguised Unemployment Problem. Argues that downsizing and job subsidy proposals are wasteful, and squander an opportunity for root reform. Presents the case for income supports, and the partial separation of incomes from current employment.
A marketing and PR firm focusing exclusively on the human resources industry with particular emphasis on work/life, EAP and related services.
Online journal about new ways of working.
Companion site to the PBS series on work. Come share your thoughts, frustrations, and solutions to "The Workday that Wouldn't Die." Plus, learn about alternative work schedules and compelling discussions on the workday.
How the second Industrial Revolution (miniaturisation and artificial intelligence) is relentlessly stagnating, frightening and impoverishing our community.
Mobility - both physical and social is enhanced by new transportation and communications technologies and by the new media. The emergence of alternative patterns of work are the result.
How to make teams work better over long distances using new technology to increase efficiency and reduce travel costs. Features, videos and slides by Fuurist Dr Patrick Dixon.
A website based on the book Ishmael by Michael Quinn which questions why people work hard to retire when the are old. In-depth reading to find the solution to the problem.
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