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Journal of Information Systems & Operations Management ; 16(2):235-249, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2235002


This article presents the current European context regarding the extent of the labour migration phenomenon, along with the evolution of the digitalization process of the Union, using as a reference point the dynamics of the Digital Economy and Society Index in economically developed and emerging European states. It is based on the examination of the specialized academic literature and the official reports of the institutions on the evolution of the European labour market and digitalization. It tries to capture the direction and the way of labour force migration. A strong DESI level is the equivalent of a complete digital infrastructure, of a level of self-sufficient individual digital skills, and a high-performance digital integration of companies. Also, it is equivalent to the loss of obsolete jobs and the birth of new ones, for which a high level of human resources skills and knowledge is necessary. An elevated digital state can no longer be the equivalent of the destination of GIG workers from economic branches characterized by a workforce equipped with only essential digital skills.