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The Impact of Digitalization On the Fundamental Rights of Public Employees in Spain


  • Aitziber Lertxundi

    (University of the Basque Country)

  • Jon Landeta

    (University of the Basque Country)


In this work, from an organizational perspective and with an exploratory approach, we address the evaluation of the impact of digitalization on the fundamental rights of public employees in Spain. Specifically, its objective is threefold. Firstly, it aims to gather and analyse general information on the relevance that digitalization is having in different areas of the organisation, on the priority of the different elements that make it up, on its degree of development and on the difficulties in its implementation. Secondly, it analyses its impact on communications and on the right to one's own image, on the protection of personal data and on the right to disconnection. Thirdly, it identifies the new occupational risks (physical and psychosocial) that it entails. The paper concludes by proposing some actions that should be carried out to preserve fundamental rights in the organizational context.

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  • Aitziber Lertxundi & Jon Landeta, 2020. "The Impact of Digitalization On the Fundamental Rights of Public Employees in Spain," MIC 2020: The 20th Management International Conference,, University of Primorska Press.
  • Handle: RePEc:prp:micp20:234-252

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