Authors: A. Kolot, ScD in Economics, Professor, ORCID ID: 0000-0002-4393-9806
Kyiv National Economic University, named after Vadym Hetman, Kyiv, Ukraine,
O. Herasymenko, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, ORCID ID: 0000-0002-1122-1189
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine

Annotation: The quintessence of the article is the author’s concept of temporality and the argumentation of the hypothesis regarding the need to transform fragmentary judgments of a spatio-temporal nature in the field of social and labor development into a coherent system of knowledge that covers the temporal essence and temporal dimension of phenomena and processes in social and labor sphere, revealing the nature of “time crisis”, contain theoretical and practical foundations for improving temporal processes management.

The research carried out is of a pioneering nature, in which a new approach and non-traditional view on social and labor issues through the prism
of spatio-temporal perception of phenomena and processes are implemented. The proposed theoretical-applied construct of temporality opens up
new facets of complex, multi-vector drivers of social and labor dynamics in the modern digital age.
Philosophical, theoretical, and methodological foundations, arguments, and conclusions, which are the content of this article, relating to the
general phenomenon of temporality and its leading varieties – technological, economic, and social. Variants of combining parameters of economic,
technological, and social temporality are revealed. The circle of temporal trends that appear as paradoxes of “social time” is outlined.
Invariant approaches to the introduction of non-standard time models of employment as an economic form of manifestation of temporality with
the identification of modes of duration of working time by the length of the working day, working week, and number of working days per week are
proposed. The current state and prospects for the introduction of various (non-standard) working time regimes are considered in the context
of J. M. Keynes’s well-known forecast of the transition to 3-hour shifts by 2030.

Keywords: temporality; time transformations; working time; working time modes; social and labor development.

Received: 05/09/2022
1st Revision: 15/09/2022
Accepted: 27/09/2022
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17721/1728-2667.2022/220-3/2

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