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Tags: Future of work
As digital transformation takes hold, a one-off qualification will no longer be enough to see an employee throughout their career.
Whilst it can be challenging for employers to monitor the true hours worked when employees are out of the office, technological advances mean that work can increasingly be undertaken anywhere – whether that is at home, from a co-working space or from the local coffee shop.
Industrial workers in Germany have won the right to reduced working hours as part of a deal that could benefit employees across the country.
Businesses do not fear the emergence of robotic ‘co-workers,’ according to a new global study.
Will the shutting down of Uber in London be a blow to the wider gig economy?
Raj Krishnamurthy discusses the rise of active based working and how the future of the workplace must be lead by HR.
In a joint piece of research, JLL and Unwork have taken a detailed look at the ways technological transformation is impacting businesses and their real estate. Stimulated by the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), robotics and wider technological advances, office buildings will undergo radical change and become more crucial than ever to talent management and business success.