Eight articles from different disciplines (work psychology, ergonomics, sociology of work, labour economics and management sciences) provide theoretical, methodological and empirical insights in their examination of the duality of technologies.
Four particular angles are evident in this special issue when examining these issues:
Analysis of the uses and consequences of technologies on the conditions under which activity is carried out, the quality of working life and more generally health at work.
Analysis of new forms and modalities of activity and new models of work organisation, which are allowed, favored, constrained or even amplified by the use of technologies.
The way in which the development of these technologies transforms employment and skills, access to them as well as training conditions as well as effects the career paths of employees.
Critical analysis of methods and approaches aimed at accompanying and supporting digital transformations.