Technological developments continue to reshape how work is designed, performed, and managed at individual, organizational, and societal levels. Traditional employment arrangements are increasingly becoming contingent, flexible, and distributed. The accelerated digitalization of information and the pandemic are pushing many organizations away from the established archetype of 9-5 office work towards more contemporary approaches to work. Exemplars of contemporary approaches to work include permanent remote work, 4-day workweek, globally distributed project work, as well as freelancing on demand, brokered through dedicated platforms such as Catalant, TopCoder, Mechanical Turk, Uber, and TaskRabbit. The automation and augmentation of work with artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and blockchain are transforming not just organizations and industries, but potentially entire labor markets, with humans being replaced by, or working together with, ever smarter algorithms and robots. There is a concern among workers that whole classes of job roles and occupations are at risk of extinction, while demand for other job roles in other occupations grow at an increasing rate. Workers in these jobs will need to adapt their skill portfolios and careers to remain employable, which might lead to technostress and affect their wellbeing. At the same time, the meaning of work and employment are shifting as the new generation of digital natives reconfigure the future of work.

Track Co-Chairs
Carol Hsu, Ph.D., The University of Sydney Business School
Ning Nan, Ph.D., The University of British Columbia
Mari-Klara Stein, Ph.D., Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

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2022
Monday, December 12th
12:00 AM

A New Era of Control: Understanding Algorithmic Control in the Gig Economy

Matthias Weber, University of Innsbruck
Ulrich Remus, University of Innsbruck
Michael Pregenzer, University of Innsbruck

12:00 AM

Algorithmic Technologies as Threat to Who We Are: The Effect an IT Identity Threat has on Employees' Work Engagement

Anne-Sophie Mayer, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Franz Strich, Chair for Human Resource Management & Intrapreneurship
Marina Fiedler, University of Passau

12:00 AM

Algorithmic Unfairness on Digital Labor Platforms: How Algorithmic Management Practices Disadvantage Workers

Laura Schulze, University of Goettingen
Manuel Trenz, University of Goettingen
Zhao Cai, University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Chee-Wee Tan, Copenhagen Business School

12:00 AM

Algorithms as a Manager: A Critical Literature Review of Algorithm Management

Kai Heinrich, OVGU Magdeburg
Minh Anh Vu, OVGU Magdeburg
Anastasiia Vysochyna, OVGU Magdeburg

12:00 AM

Asynchronous Video Interviews and Artificial Intelligence: A Multi-Study Exploration

Tanner Skousen, University of Georgia
Jacob Steffen, University of Georgia
Cherileigh L. Chandler, Brigham Young University
Warren Rosengren, BYU
James Gaskin, BYU
Tom Meservy, Brigham Young University

12:00 AM

Attitude Discrepancy and Its Influence on Turnover Intention Among IS Professionals

Lukas Florian Bossler, EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht
Markus Noeltner, European Business School
Julia Sarah Kroenung, European Business School

12:00 AM

Employees' Attitude towards a Digital Teammate - Will AI-enabled Chatbot Lead to Enhancing Employees’ Job Identity?

Wenting Wang, McMaster University
Yufei Yuan, McMaster University

12:00 AM

Examining the Antecedents of Creative Collaboration with an AI Teammate

Dominik Siemon, LUT University
Edona Elshan, Institute of Information Management
Triparna de Vreede, University of South Florida
Sarah Oeste-Reiß, University of Kassel
Gert-Jan de Vreede, University of South Florida
Philipp Ebel, University of St. Gallen

12:00 AM

Exploring Drivers of Sustained Participation in Decentralized Autonomous Organizations

Wanit Wiriyachaokit, University of Innsbruck
Nils Augustin, University of Innsbruck
Andreas Eckhardt, University of Innsbruck

12:00 AM

How Deep is your Work? The Day-to-Day Effects of Information and Communication Technology Use on Deep Work of Employees

Leona Brust, RWTH Aachen University
Nicole Janine Hartwich, RWTH Aachen University
Christoph Breidbach, The University of Queensland
David Antons, RWTH Aachen University

12:00 AM

How Much Digital is Too Much? A Study on Employees’ Hybrid Workplace Preferences

Pauline Weritz, IQS
Jorge Matute, IQS
Jessica Braojos, University of Granada
Jerry Kane, Boston College

12:00 AM

ICT-enabled job crafting: How Business Unit Developers use Low-code Development Platforms to craft jobs

Mahei Manhai Li, University of Kassel
Christoph Peters, University of St. Gallen
Mathis Poser, University of Hamburg
Karen Eilers, University of Kassel
Edona Elshan, Institute of Information Management

12:00 AM

The Consequential Institutional IT Use Among Disaster Responders: Role Stacking

Puspa Sandhyaduhita, National University of Singapore
Chuan Hoo Tan, National University of Singapore
Juliana Sutanto, Lancaster University

12:00 AM

The Performative and Interpretive Labour of Videoconferencing: Findings from a Literature Review on 'Zoom' Fatigue

Blair Wang, University of Sydney
Julian Prester, University of Sydney

12:00 AM

Tokens Matter

Serafima Osipenko, PARSIQ
Carsten Sørensen, LSE

12:00 AM

What Are We Augmenting? A Multidisciplinary Analysis of AI-based Augmentation for the Future of Work.

Ines Baer, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Lauren Waardenburg, IESEG School of Management
Marleen Huysman, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

12:00 AM

Working Hybrid at Universities: Old, yet New Practice?

Gislene Feiten Haubrich, Vrije Universiteit
Ella Hafermalz, Vrije U.

12:00 AM