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presentation by Thomas Kreiml (GPA-djp) for the 'global UNIon' conference, vienna march 09

presentation by Thomas Kreiml (GPA-djp) for the 'global UNIon' conference, vienna march 09

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  • 1. Web 2.0-Issues as seen by the GPA-djp-Dept. for Work and Technology UNI - Follow-up meeting „ Web 2.0 and Online Rights“ Vienna, 5-6 March 2009 Thomas Kreiml
  • 2. Dept. for Work and Technology – Fields of Expertise & Services
    • Topics
    • Organisation of work
    • Management strategies
    • Data protection, privacy issues
    • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
    • Services
    • Consulting (workers‘ councils, labour-management contracts)
    • Information (brochures)
    • Basics
  • 3. Web 2.0 – Work and Technology
    • Context
    • „ Enterprise 2.0“
    • Data protection, privacy issues
    • Experiences
    • Hardly any consultation cases so far
    • Basic questions about Web 2.0, weblogs and social software
    • Weblogs mainly tools for workers‘ councils
    • Labour-management contracts for internet-usage at the workplace sufficient so far (private vs. job-related)
    • Need for new regulations if employees are obliged to use Web 2.0-tools in their job („Enterprise 2.0“)?
    • Specific new systems – personal data, employee controll-possibilities?
  • 4. Work and Technology-Blog „Arbeit&Technik 2.0“ http:// arbeitundtechnik.wordpress.com
  • 5. Es gibt vieles, für das es sich lohnt, organisiert zu sein.