I think the world of work is another in the future. The german state pursue something what is called "self employment in pretense" that mean someone has no contract of labor and has declared his self employment but works for only one client, often his former employer.
He does the same work but without contract of labor and the employer save the costs and risks of an employee.
I think there is a need for something like that.
I started to produce some furniture last year and have a little workshop in a garage. My company is a start-up. If I want someone to help me I must find an employee and I must give him a contract of labor. But I can't. I don't know the time I can hold an employee, it's able that I have only one order where I need help...
So it would better, if I can call someone to help me (legal) for just one order. Without a cancelation period, without vacation entitlement, without minimum wage. That would help me to expand my start up. If I want that now, I must employ a clandestine worker.
I think the companies of the future have a flat hierarchy. All workers are freelancers which team up to work on projects. The leaders are people with experience or/and with money. Some companies would grow with crowd-funding....and so on.
The classical boss<->worker relation is inefficient for work in the future in my opinion.
The work of the future is more intellectual and creative than physical. The machines do the physical work.
There are ways to liberate the humanity from many physical work. You know the "Venus project"?
Not the economic theory, but the technical solutions for the living on our planet are fascinating!
Well, that evolution must be done by the "workers"...they must start to work free....and liberate themself.
There is no freedom without risk.