Contributing to the debate on work performance evaluation in a time of technological transformation, this book explores the
impact of digitisation on production and organisation models, as well as on the rights and interests of the stakeholders involved.
As organisations down-size, merge with other companies and become decentralised, the boundaries in employer-employee-customer
relationships are blurred and new models for the organisation and assessment of work performance have emerged. With these
new models, innovative regulatory approaches are sorely needed. Taking an interdisciplinary approach and drawing on theoretical
concepts from organisation studies, human resource management, sociology and labour economics, this all-encompassing collection
is not only essential reading for academics and students, but also for policy-makers and employers who are looking for innovative
and practical solutions to the challenges of modern employment relations.