Tuesday March 31, 2020

A more flexible organisation will reap the rewards

With technology and demographics changing all the time, companies are best advised to take note of what will soon be a millennial workforce, writes Valarie Daunt

18th March, 2018
Valarie Daunt, partner, human capital management, Deloitte

By 2025, millennials will make up 75 per cent of the world’s workforce. By 2030, we will have thought recognition.

Fifty per cent of today’s jobs across the globe will be replaced by artificial intelligence and robotics by 2050. By then, the number of employees on international assignments will have grown to 50 per cent.

We’ve all read the stats and headlines and we know that “the robots are coming”.

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