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Changes And The Future Of Employment Relationships

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CHANGES AND THE FUTURE OF EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS
Globalization has affected fundamentally every aspect of our lives, and employment
relationships have not been spared either. In the new age of technology, the way the employer
relates to the employee has changed a great deal due to both external and internal factors.
Understanding the changes in employment relations is essential for fostering social harmony and
economic prosperity for our society. The changes not only affect the employee and employer but
also governments have to adjust policies to accommodate the changes that have already taken
place and those to come in the future. This paper will address changes and the future of
economic relationships, putting more emphasis on social customs, public policies, and collective
bargaining.
Massive social change has been one characteristic of the new era of technology and
globalization, not just in America but also in the majority of other countries across the world
(Rubin, 2016). Social change in employment relations emanates from the systematic
transformation of social institutions, mainly family economy and governments. The new era is
characterized by industrialization requiring companies to grow more prominent to match
changes. Therefore, capitalistic practices such as ruthless competition have become more
prevalent in how work is done (Schalk, 2014). The effect on social norms to this is that
employers require employees to be more innovative and work harder towards achieving the
company objectives. The results have, in turn, put pressure on the employees to perform better to
enable their employer to beat the competition (Goodwin, Dougherty & Gallagher, 2018). Excess
pressure on employees to play, however, leads to frustrations, which can be seen through
increased rates of workplace homicides and suicides (Rubin, 2016). Even more recently, a lot of
work has been taken to the online space, therefore, shrinking the conventional workspace as
more and more workers work from the comfort of their homes. The work has led to decreased

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Running Head: CHANGES AND THE FUTURE OF EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS Changes and the Future of Employment Relationships Name Institution Date CHANGES AND THE FUTURE OF EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS Globalization has affected fundamentally every aspect of our lives, and employment relationships have not been spared either. In the new age of technology, the way the employer relates to the employee has changed a great deal due to both external and internal factors. Understanding the changes in employment relations is essential for fostering social harmony and economic prosperity for our society. The changes not only affect the employee and employer but also governments have to adjust policies to accommodate the changes that have already taken place and those to come in the future. This paper will address changes and the future of economic relationships, putting more emphasis on social customs, public policies, and collective bargaining. Massive social change has been one characteristic of the new era of technology and globalization, not just in America but also in the majority of other countries across the world (Rubin, 2016). Social change in employment relations emanates from the systematic transformation of social institutions, mainly family economy and governments. The new era is characterized by industrialization requiring companies to grow more prominent to match changes. Therefore, capitalistic practices such as ruthless competition have become more prevalent in how work is don ...
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