Littler on Legal Compliance Solutions for the Transformation of the Workplace Through Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and Automation
Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and Automation.
Description of Product
This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and Automation. Topics include: job dislocation and creation; labor unions; tax implications; "on call" employees; and remote and crowdsourced workers.
Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW OF EMPLOYMENT & LABOR LAW ISSUES ARISING FROM NEW TECHNOLOGIES
§ 1.1 Introduction
§ 1.2 Technology "Categories" & Approach to Analyzing the Legal Challenges They Raise
§ 1.3 Important Concepts Addressed in this Publication
CHAPTER 2 ROBOTICS, AUTOMATION, & THE NEWWORKPLACE LANDSCAPE (CATEGORY ONE)
§ 2.1 Job Dislocation & Job Creation
§ 2.2 Labor Unions & Collective Bargaining
§ 2.3 Tax Implications
§ 2.4 Antidiscrimination
§ 2.5 Federal Occupational Safety and Health Act ("Fed-OSH Act")
CHAPTER 3 HUMAN ENHANCEMENT/WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY & NEW POSSIBILITIES (CATEGORY TWO)
§ 3.1 Workers' Compensation
§ 3.2 Wage & Hour Law: Donning and Doffing
§ 3.3 Disability Law
§ 3.4 Fed-OSHA
CHAPTER 4 TELEPRESENCE, TELEMANIPULATION, & THE BORDERLESSWORKPLACE (CATEGORY THREE)
§ 4.1 Extraterritorial Application of Workplace Laws
§ 4.2 Independent Contractor Issues: Remote & Crowdsourced Workers
§ 4.3 Tax Implications: Independent Contractors
§ 4.4 "On Call" Employees
§ 4.5 Privacy Concerns
CHAPTER 5 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & COGNITIVE COMPUTING SYSTEMS (CATEGORY FOUR)
§ 5.1 Workplace Privacy
§ 5.2 Antidiscrimination Laws
§ 5.3 Ediscovery & Big Data
CHAPTER 6 WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD?
§ 6.1 What Does the Future Hold?