This Working Life: The future of work is already here

Talk of automation and digitisation can instil fear of being sidelined, but we should be thinking of how we can work alongside technology and adapt to changes already in train

16th May, 2021
This Working Life: The future of work is already here
The future of work is already here, accelerated by the pandemic

When the future of work is mentioned, most people tend to picture robots or artificial intelligence and think of it as a concept that may or may not affect them in five to ten years’ time.

But the future of work is already here, accelerated by the pandemic, and is influencing everything from changing business models and processes to how we are developing as a society.

Some organisations talk about this transition in ways...

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