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how modern telecommunication change the definition of work



In 1876 Alexander G. Bell created the thing that changed our world.

Changed again…


And it wasn't the last change in the modern history. Later in the XX

century the modulator-demodulator also known as modem was created and

really started the Telecommunications Age. First computers were

connected together and the Net started growing.


In the last 20 years the lifestyle changed very much. Cellular phones

and electronic mail changed the way we communicate, satellite TV and WWW

sites changed the way we get the news and on-line shops and junk e-mail

changed the way we buy products and do our business. Work, social life,

politics – the telecomms are coming everywhere, bringing freedom,

equality and productivity. Now I will try to go deeper into these



Since the end of XIX century, when Marx wrote his famous book,

"Capital", the economic meaning of work has changed dramatically. For

Marx labour was nothing more but another resource like capital or land.


In XX century manager shows a bit more respect to employees. They are

now individuals, who need to develop themselves and should be treated

and motivated in right way.


XX century brought us a new idea: workers are paid for their time.

Later, in mid-sixties, it was thought that companies pay their employees

for their skills and personal qualities. Among those qualities were

creativity, company loyalty. For those companies that eventually

switched to new system, it became very difficult to properly measure

worker's contribution to company's results. These companies try to

increase workers morale, motivate them, because it is evident: if

workers don't want to work, they won't work. Or at least, the results

will be extremely poor. That's why in addition to motivation by money,

managers try to create a feeling of mutual trust, belonging to company

and common interests.



What new brings telework to this field? First it is ease of control and

measurement. Results in electronic form can be easily archived, analysed

by computers, forwarded for checking and copied. Next, all information

about time and efforts spent is available. Another thing is that fixed

time-based salaries are gone. The company will no longer care so about

who and how much spent on a task. This will become a question of

personal choice. Now everyone will be given a freedom to decide whether

to work or to have a rest. This can differentiate workaholics from

ordinary lazy people. Right now there are same rules for everybody.

Rarely a company wants to have a lot of part-time workers. We cannot

imagine a worker coming to factory when he is in the right mood. But

with distant jobs you can have workers switching every now and then. We

can even dream about perfect labour marketplace with contracts signed

electronically for several hours. The psychological problems of

switching jobs will be minimised. The retirement will no longer mean

break of social relations, because they aren't based on physical

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