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Proceedings of the VIII International Scientific and Practical Conference 'Current problems of social and labour relations' (ISPC-CPSLR 2020)
The article is dedicated to the problems of determining the intellectual potential of an employee in the digital economy. The authors regard the following issues: a shortage of narrow-profile scientific research, lack of consideration of the synergy of intellectual potential of employee (IPE), the one-sidedness of scientific approaches to defining the essence of IPE, weak linking of the definition of IPE to the profile of work tasks, the impossibility of an unambiguous objective assessment ofdoi:10.2991/assehr.k.210322.195 fatcat:s424otftqvesbfh63jwa2bg7ka