The worker of the future and Law A what does the worker of tomorrow look like in a world where information technology is increasingly prevalent? This question is considered from two angles. First of all, the digital economy has given rise to new forms of production and employment, such as the ‘platform economy’ (Uber, Deliveroo, etc.). It has various advantages for businesses and workers, particularly in terms of flexibility, but it is also the source of new forms of precarious work. Is the worker of tomorrow a digital worker without social protection? The second angle is that of the hyperconnected worker. Should we consider creating a right to disconnect?