WELL-BEING AS AN ADAPTATION TECHNIQUE FOR MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES IN TIMES OF CRISIS
The article analyses the impact of technology development on the well-being of the workforce. It identifies that blurring boundaries between work and home office increases stress and leads to employee burnout. The article also describes the essence of well-being technology as a method to prevent the burnout syndrome. This article describes the most widespread welfare programmes and proposes using the PERLA model in shaping the HR model.