New technologies and the growing flow of information create new conditions for individuals who use these technologies in the workplace. 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 first 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.
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Table of Contents1 Introduction to Work Life 2000 Workshops.- The Context for Work Life 2000.- Work Life 2000 Workshops.- General Themes and Conclusions from the First Year of Work Life 2000.- Dialogues on Working Life.- Conclusions.- 2 Workshop Proceedings.- Labour Market.- 1. Transnational Trade Union Rights in the European Union.- 2. Rights at Work in a Global Economy.- Work Organisation.- 1. Ageing of the Workforce.- 2. Psychosocial Factors at Work.- 3. Managing and Accounting for Human Capital.- 4. Policies for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems and Workplace Change.- 5. Developing Work and Quality Improvement Strategies.- Work Environment.- 1. Space Design for Production and Work.- 2. How Does Medical Surveillance Contribute to the Objectives of Directive 89/391?.- 3. Environmental Management and Health and Safety.- 4. Occupational Trauma: Measurement, Intervention and Control.- Information Society.- 1. Research Dissemination.- 3 Conclusions From the First 12 Workshops.- Indexes.- Name Index.