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Employees -- Effect of technological innovations on

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Public Lib.

Identifier: clels4
Summary of contents

A collection of newspaper clippings, printed articles and a Wellington City Library information brochure. The central topic of the collection is the restructuring of Wellington Library’s services, including more utilisation of technology and the controversial proposed 36 per cent staff cut. The newspaper articles in particular demonstrate an anxiety around how technology will impact the workforce. The publication date range is 1991-1997.

Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

'would they still smile if their jobs were threatened by technological change?', [1984]

Identifier: dlpc00188
Scope and Contents Laminated colour poster encouraging readers to 'Help the union protect your job...insist on consultation prior to the introduction of new technology and signed 'No Redundancy' agreements.' Includes cartoon illustration of businessmen smiling around a board table, with three computers reading: 'Written Redundancy Agreements', 'Consultation' and 'People Before Profit'. A central image has silhouettes of three worker types on a computer grid, each labelled with either 'Gone' or 'Threatened'....
Dates: [1984]