How technology will change the workplace

Greengard, Samuel
January 1998
Workforce;Jan1998, Vol. 77, p78
Predicts changes in the workplace brought about by advances in technology in the 21st century. Increase in creation of flexible work spaces; Continuation of telecommuting trend; Facilitation of human interaction in global businesses; Requirement of high level of computer literacy; Development of knowledge-based human resource databases; Role of the human resource professionals.


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