1. New company forms—especially in the digital economy—should be
regulated, so as to stop those business models circumventing fiscal and social rules, and in particular workers' participation. This is leading to in-work poverty and precariousness, drastically affecting young people and women. Digitalisation has a profound impact not only on how people work, their workloads and their health and safety at work. It also brings with it new means of management and control, and new forms of surveillance of workers' behaviour and performance. This should be addressed, so that trade unions can defend workers' rights to data protection and privacy. All these attempts to minimise, side-line or evade workers' rights clearly show that democracy at work is nowhere near as widespread as it should be. They weaken trade union structures and reduce the means available to workers and their representatives to defend and promote the interests of the workforce effectively."
In the given background of changing environment in which organisations operate highlight the importance of Virtual HR.
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