The New Digital Workplace is part of the acclaimed Critical Perspectives on Work and Employment (CPWE) series, in association with the annual International Labour Process Conference. This book brings together leading international academics to examine how digital technologies impact on work and organisations. Grounded in Labour Process Theory, it provides a rigorous account of the technological, organizational and work related changes not only in the new “digital” industries, but also in “traditional” service and manufacturing sectors. Key benefits include: Written by leading international scholars Multi-disciplinary perspectives from Business and Management, Sociology, and Media and Communication Based on original, cutting-edge research Covers topical issues such as cyber-bullying, robots and wearable technology, gender and technological work, and employment in the games industry. This book is essential reading for upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate modules related to technology and work, as well as modules in work sociology on Sociology degree programmes.