E3S Web Conf.
Volume 311, 2021International Conference “Ecological Paradigms of Sustainable Development: Political, Economic and Technological Dimension of Biosphere Problems” (EPSD 2021)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Policy of Human Resource Management in Context of Sustainable Development|
|Published online||19 October 2021|
Alternatives to staff reduction in the context of labour digitalization
1 Plekhanov Russian University of Economics (PRUE), Moscow, Russia
2 Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russia
3 Federal State Budgetary Institution of Science Institute of Socio-Economic Studies of Population, Russian Academy of Sciences (ISESP RAS), Moscow, Russia
* Corresponding author: Babynina.LS@rea.ru
The article discusses alternative forms of employment in the process of staff reduction with the development of information and communication technologies in the world of work. Using the results of the research, the authors propose to critically evaluate Russian legislation in terms of the regulation of self-employment, consider new forms of employment and remote work, legislatively enshrined in the Labour Code of the Russian Federation. One of the problems highlighted in the article has related to the lack of necessary digital skills for using the Internet, which limits the possibilities of the population and employers in using alternative forms of staff reduction and interaction with employment services. Changes in the structure of the economy, the transition of personnel to remote work are accompanied by a reduction in the participation in the trade union movement, as a result, of which an employee may be forced to terminate an employment contract without social guarantees and compensation. The authors of the article argue that alternative solutions to regulate employment of the population based on the principles of social partnership and uniting the efforts of all interested parties - the state and society, representatives of employers and workers themselves.
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