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Ozbalci Seval (Manisa Celal Bayar University, Turkey)
Inclusive Workplace, Social Mobility and Logistics
LogForum, 2021, vol. 17, nr 4, s. 547-554, rys., tab., bibliogr. 18 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Logistyka, Informatyka ekonomiczna, Ruchliwość społeczna, Gospodarka regionalna
Logistics, Business informatics, Social mobility, Regional economy
Background: This study practices the priorities of the World Economic Forum, Global Social Mobility Pillars 10th for the inclusive institutions. Global logistics discussed with accessibility needs in theoretical frameworks of Global Social Mobility Index (rankings for 2020 Turkey 64th, and Poland 30th). It is stated with sociological, technological, and economical improvements in line with on the global agenda. Methods: This article provides a data research, which considers the economic effects of Covid-19 for adults (≥18 years of age and employed with high digital literacy) during lockdown. Theory of main synthesis is targeting UN Development Goals and WEF's Social Mobility Index. It is developed based on international literature and it is defined with total 100 Turkish people opinions and connected individual's budget with the logistics services. Results: Digital technologies as an enabler of inclusive work are delivering the digital flow with Industry 4.0 by changing the way of logistic services function into another virtual transportation platform. In this paper, with the aim of identifying future directions, more than 100 surveys reviewed focusing on inclusive workplace options. Conclusion: Economies with greater social mobility provide more opportunities with the content of the accessible procedures which useful instrument for each procurement mode; operational, tactical, and strategic. It confirms the efficiency, effectiveness, and experiences of people with the digitalization technologies (SIoV, IoT, Blockchain, RPA, AI, Data Analytics, etc.) It is recommended that the levels explained in this study contribute to future studies by accessible supply chain with inclusive work procedures. (original abstract)
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