workie noun informal someone doing unpaid work experience
The Indy website is largely run by young journalists on short contracts, or even none at all, as an email sent out last year looking for an unpaid ‘workie’ to moderate the website showed.
[Private Eye (UK satirical magazine) 08 August 2014]
precrastinate verb to do a task well in advance of a deadline simply in order to cross an item off a to-do list. The task may well be a displacement activity for another more urgent and more onerous task.
To procrastinate or to precrastinate? Let’s put off the decision!
[http://lakkis.eu 23 July 2014]
the substitution myth noun the belief that replacing part of a job a person does with a computer or machine will not change how people do their work
What we have found through research is that the substitution myth is in fact a myth, that when you hand over some aspect of work to a computer you change the fundamental nature of the work.
[WNYC: Leonard Lopate Show (culture and society interviews) 30 September 2014]