Information Technologies in Business Processes and Modern Labour Activity Regulation Problems

Astamur Tedeev

Abstract

The development of Information technology gives companies ample opportunity to perfect business processes. Recently, cost reduction has become one of the most effective ways to increase business profitability and company capitalization and is carried out using new forms and methods for employee management, namely, through telecommuting. 
Legislative regulations for such work have been developed, many problems however remain unresolved. First, the border between the labour contract and the civilised service contract (contract of compensated providing of services) is being broken. As a result, the standards for labor rights protection are being decreased for workers who work through the Internet in comparison with usual workers. Therefore, such workers are discriminated against, even if they have the same citizenship. There are also problems with fiscal competition.

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