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100 1  Ungemah, Joe. 
245 10 Punching the clock.|nAdapting to the New Future of Work
       |h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cJoe Ungemah. 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bGildan Media,|c2021. 
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511 1  Read by Paul Brion. 
520    In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, trends already 
       underway towards the Future of Work and the gig economy 
       rapidly and unexpectedly accelerated. Physical isolation, 
       travel restrictions, and social distancing challenged 
       organizations to rethink how work gets done and by whom, 
       with ramifications that will stretch beyond the pandemic. 
       Punching the Clock explores how well workers are likely to
       both navigate and adapt to this new Future of Work, using 
       the best of psychological science as a guide. Although the
       nature of work might have changed, the drives and needs of
       workers have not. Psychologists working across disciplines
       have amassed a deep understanding of these psychological 
       forces, and when brought to bear on the changing workplace
       landscape, this knowledge can inform our ability to adapt 
       and thrive. By drawing together cognitive, social, and 
       organizational psychology with empirical research of the 
       workplace, Ungemah examines the extent to which the Future
       of Work and the gig economy can be realized without 
       breaking down the social fabric that holds the workplace 
       together. 
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650  4 Nonfiction 
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