Preparing for the rapidly changing future of work

Technology is going to take over in areas where people might not expect

4th December, 2016
Peter Cosgrove, director, CPL and founder of the Future of Work Institute, Ireland Pictures: Maura Hickey

‘When you think about the future of work, we’re really just talking about a phase that we’re facing, characterised by very new and fast-changing business models,” Kevin Empey of Willis Towers Watson told The Sunday Business Post Future of Work summit.

Using new technologies and adapting to changes in technology are central elements to future proofing the work environments of today, he said.

“Really, at the heart of this...

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