Your Business: The future of work: a recruitment perspective
Ruaidhri Horan of Abrivia Recruitment offers the recruiter’s point of view on a job market in a state of flux
There can be little doubt that automation and the rapid increase in the sophistication of Artificial Intelligence (AI) will have a major effect on society, and on the way humans work and interact with machines in the future.
With the advance of technology, home-working should be available to practically every person in the workforce, and this increased flexibility is already available to many people in the workforce. The human/machine partnership will also be critical regarding...
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