LONDON, Sept. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
The Latin American Path to the New Way to Work : Technology Enablement Leads the Way to Increased Productivity and Remote Work Optimization
This market insight presents an analysis of the current and future scenario of the new way to work in Latin America and provides strategic growth opportunities for both enterprises and technology solution vendors and providers. The benefits and impact of remote work deployment on companies' results are presented. A detailed analysis and insights from the current legal scenario of remote work regulations in the region are provided, in addition to key takeaways. This study provides key facts from the future of global workplace technology, workplace, and the structure of work as well as the future global workforce. In addition, drivers and restraints and selected business cases are presented.
Telework and remote work have similar definitions, with the exception that remote work is not always telework in the sense that information and communications technologies (ICT) are not always required to exucute the work.
Home-office activities must be executed from the empoyee's home. If ICTs are used, these activities may be referred to as telework. However, the traditional home office does not include the use of ICTs, and telework is not always executed in an employee's home, even though it is currently the most used place.
The WAHA model has emerged as a means to manage live agent interactions affordably and flexibly. The model attracts and retains quality personnel, regardless of location or ability to commute. In addition, this model permits work on demand.
The main difference between telework and WAHA is that the former covers all types of professionals who work remotely from anywhere, whereas the latter is restricted to contact center agents who work from
The teleworking model uses ICTs to organize work performed remotely from an employee's residence or another location, as long as it is extraneous from the employer, be it total or partial. This model is gradually shifting from an experimental phase to an instrument of social and labor inclusion.
AI is a field of computer science dedicated to building intelligent systems that imitate elements of human reasoning. Narrow AI systems refer to those dedicated to performing a specific task such as object or pattern recognition. General AI refers to the holistic imitation of general human reasoning.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) defines mega-regionals as "deep integration partnerships in the form of RTAs between countries or regions with a major share of world trade and FDI in which two or more of the parties are in a paramount driver position, or serve as hubs, in global value chains." Mega-regional trade considered in this research service includes the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).
The working-age population usually encompasses the population of people between the ages of 15and 64. Because of anticipated extensions in the retirement age across multiple countries, this analysis defines the working-age population as people over the age of 15.
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