DIGITALIZATION OF LABOR LAW:

TRENDS AND IMPLICATIONS

  • Larisa S. Kirillova Kazan Federal University
  • Andrey M. Lushnikov Yaroslavl State University
  • Marina V. Lushnikova Yaroslavl State University
  • Askhat A. Bikeev Kazan Federal University
Palavras-chave: digital economy, labor law, digital unions, atypical labor relations

Resumo

The article discusses some aspects of the digitalization impact on labor relations. It is concluded that the digital economy could not but affect the labor legislation, since it is economic relations and the nature of labor organization that largely determine the content and specific nature of labor legislation. It is noted that many scientific materials on this issue affect only certain aspects of the digitalization of labor relations. This is largely due to the fact that the digital economy development process in Russia began somewhat later, and therefore the first works appeared only at the beginning of XX century. However, there is already a reason to conduct a comprehensive study of the problem at the moment. The authors offer to start by highlighting some trends in the development of labor law that are caused by the digital economy. It seems that further work shall be carried out with the definition of trends to identify the risks of digital changes and develop the most optimal proposals for legislation. Based on the trend consideration results, their positive or negative impact on labor relations is noted. It is noted that digitalization opens up new opportunities for the organization of labor and employment, but it carries a huge number of threats to the stability of labor relations at the same time.

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2019-11-28
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S. KIRILLOVA, L.; M. LUSHNIKOV, A.; V. LUSHNIKOVA, M.; A. BIKEEV, A. DIGITALIZATION OF LABOR LAW: . Gênero & Direito, v. 8, n. 6, 28 nov. 2019.
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