As employee expectations rise and workplace experience assumes growing importance in the race…
The future of work can be difficult to circumnavigate, especially on a global scale. We are living in uncertain times when the pace of workplace disruption appears to be relentless.
We face changing social attitudes and ideas that are renegotiating our relationship with work. In an era of ‘fake news’, growing distrust, data bias and polarised opinion, can we still believe those around us?
We face changing technologies that might set out to encourage communication and connectivity, but can also be used as a tool to distance communities and isolate people. In the era of rapid automation and AI, how can we make technology work for us?
We face changing economic conditions in which the gap between the haves and the have-nots is growing. How can we build a fairer, more equitable workplace?