Redefining the Psychological Contract in the Digital Era - Issues for Research and Practice
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1. Conceptualising the psychological contract in the digital era.- 2. [Re} defining the psychological contract within industry 4.0.- 3. What to expect? Psychological contract—past, present and future.- 4. The social contract for AI and its implications for the workplace psychological contract.- 5. Work design implications for the future organisation.- 6. New era career values and the psychological contract.- 7. New psychological contract, old breach?. 8- Psychological contracts in the era of HRM 4.0.- 9. Job embeddedness and the psychological contract of the future.- 10. Strengthening the psychological contract through talent-enabled assessment journeys: an employee-experience guide.- 11. Pre-emptive management of the psychological contract through personnel selection in the digital era.- 12. Total rewards and the potential shift in psychological contract perceptions in the digital era.- 13. The dynamism of psychological contract and workforce diversity.- 14. The psychological contract and retention practices.- 15. Brace up for the next generation: Decoding the psychological contract expectations of Gen Z in a digital world.- 16. Psychological contracts of digital natives.- 17. Reflection on the digital era psychological contract.
Explores the psychological contract from the perspective of the future world of work, suggesting future practice and research
Evaluates the supportive human resources and work design practices for the digital ear in light of the psychological contract
Alda Deas (PhD) is a senior lecturer in Labour Relations Management at the Department of Human Resource Management at the University of South Africa (UNISA). She is also an author and co-author of several published articles in accredited journals. She has also presented a poster at an international conference. She is registered with the South African Board of People Practices (SABPP) as a human resource practitioner.