Наука. Общество. Оборона
2020. Т. 8. № 2
Science. Society. Defense
2020. Vol. 8. № 2
Submitted: February 18, 2020
Published online: April 10, 2020
For citation: Sagitova V. R. Virtual labor migration: conflict-generating factors. Nauka. Obshchestvo. Oborona = Science. Society. Defense. Moscow. 2020;8(2):20-20. (In Russ.)
Conflict of Interest: No conflict of interest related to this article has been reported.
MIGRATION PROCESSES IN THE GLOBAL WORLD
Virtual labor migration:
V. R. Sagitova1
1 Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, Kazan, Russian Federation,
ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7002-4719, e-mail: ViRSagitova@kpfu.ru
Introduction. This article presents an analytical view of the phenomenon of virtual ore migration. With the processes of globalization and Informatization in society, the world economy and other spheres of society's life, the issue of employment of most highly qualified specialists remained open until recently, because not everyone had the desire and opportunity to immigrate from one country to another, but the desire to improve their financial situation, meet ambitious desires arise in many of the working-age population. And, then, the possibilities of the Internet space proved to be a guide to the world of new countries and cities without changing the already established way of life.
Methods. Created in the Internet space, the virtual labor market initially allowed programmers to solve the issue of employment, and then in other areas on the terms of outsourcing, staff flexible work schedule to solve the issue of employment of virtual migrants. The desire to expand the sphere of influence of the virtual labor market has led to the need to look at it through the eyes of virtual migrants who daily face problems of labor relations, the quality of tasks performed, labor remuneration, etc.
Conclusion. As it turned out, this sphere of virtual professional relations, in addition to the advantages and positive consequences for both the migrant worker and the country, contains conflict factors of different quality. These include the weak development of the legal framework for virtual labor relations, the presence of the same adaptation and other conflicts that are characteristic of real labor migration, and questions of professional qualifications and intellectual potential of virtual migrants. Often, there are shadow relationships in the virtual labor market. All of the above inevitably requires a deeper study of virtual labor migration and the virtual labor market as a factor that triggers these processes.
virtual labor migration, virtual labor market, labor legislation, "employer's labor market," telework", conflict, precarious employment, Internet space
Information about the author
Victoria R. Sagitova, Cand. Sci. (Psychology), Assoc. Prof., Department of regional studies and Eurasian studies, Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, Kazan, Russian Federation.
Victoria R. Sagitova, e-mail: ViRSagitova@kpfu.ru