The Future of Work

Sunday 14th October 2018

A point of view on how, where and why the future of work is in flux.

The Future of Work

The future of work is increasingly uncertain. What is clear is that we are in the midst of a major transformation driven by multiple drivers of change. How individuals, companies, cities and governments respond to the upcoming shifts will be pivotal for future economic and social wellbeing, but this is far from straightforward. Some major decisions lie ahead.

Ahead of a speech to MPs in London next month and several subsequent expert discussions, this is a point of view on how, where and why the future of work is in flux.

It explores three key drivers of change as leaders around the world view it – shifting demographics, technology innovation and the organisational response. In addition, we have highlighted several areas where new policy decisions need to be made.

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