The Green Jobs and the Industry 4.0
Grzegorz Michalski , Małgorzata Rutkowska , Adam Sulich , Robert Rothe
AbstractThis paper presents and discusses The Industry 4.0 and the “green jobs” definitions and their mutual relations. The Industry 4.0 is a synonym for a new age of technological jump based on digitization and extended Internet connection between devices. Next to this progress also important are a sustainable development and its measurable implementation in labour market – green jobs. Green jobs are decent jobs, either in traditional sectors or in the new green ones, which contribute to preserving or restoring a sustainable environment. This combination of innovation and progress approach can be interesting solution not only for business but also for non-profit organisations which are the subject of the research in this paper. Furthermore, the role of non-profit organizations is examined and described in aspect of changes in green economy and The Industry 4.0 with special emphasis on the maintenance of their capital structure.
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Dziura Marek, Jaki Andrzej, Rojek Tomasz (eds.): Enterprises and Economies in the Face of Contemporary Challenges. Management – Restructuring – Innovation, 2018, Fundacja Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Krakowie, Foundation of the Cracow University of Economics, ISBN 9788365907271, , 329 p.
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