This report presents the experiences and attitudes of employees of a finance organisation about Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the workplace. ICTs include computers and computer technologies (for example, personal computers, laptops, hand-held organisers, the Kindle and the iPad); mobile phones; the Internet and the Intranet; email; video conferencing; and new mediums for social exchange (like Skype, Second Life, You Tube, Twitter, MySpace and Facebook). Interest in this area has been driven by the transformation of people’s lives as ICTs have increasingly integrated across a broad spectrum of human activity and experience. The present interest has been on the implications for new organisational work practices and what these mean for worker health, safety and well-being.
|Publisher||Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre, The University of Adelaide|
|Number of pages||50|
|Place of Publication||Adelaide|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2014|