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The future workforce: Companies will look for people married to their professions, not jobs

The future workforce: Companies will look for people married to their professions, not jobs | Future of work | Scoop.it
New technologies will fundamentally change the way we operate and interact today, says HARMAN India's HR head Vikrant Gupta.
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The future of jobs will be technology-driven | The Weekly Times

The future of jobs will be technology-driven | The Weekly Times | Future of work | Scoop.it
THE jobs of the future will be tech-heavy, portable and, most interestingly, they will put the worker in the drivers seat. As employment expert and careers consultancy TwoPointZero CEO Steve Shepherd pointed out, the standard nine-to-five with a clearly defined career path will no longer be the norm.
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#WorkTrends Recap: Unleashing the Power of Your People - TalentCulture

#WorkTrends Recap: Unleashing the Power of Your People - TalentCulture | Future of work | Scoop.it
China Gorman and Bri Vellis tell us what to expect at this May’s UNLEASH America in Las Vegas: emerging HR technology trends and important conversations about the future of work.
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It's all happening in #HR Tech around the world. Here's what global leaders are doing to unleash the full potential of their people http://ow.ly/KGdL30i3eqN #hrtech #talent
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Future of Work - Embrace or be left behind!- Business News

Future of Work - Embrace or be left behind!- Business News | Future of work | Scoop.it
Fast forwarding to present day, work is no more a place where you go every day, but is rather something you do.
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Tax reform will likely boost employment right away: UBS economist

Tax reform will likely boost employment right away: UBS economist | Future of work | Scoop.it
Rob Martin, UBS U.S. economist, provides his outlook on the economy in 2018.
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Future of work? A freelance economy with fewer large employers is one scenario.

Future of work? A freelance economy with fewer large employers is one scenario. | Future of work | Scoop.it
New America partnered with Bloomberg Philanthropies to look at future of work and current trends.
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TMT Predictions 2018: Overview | Technology, Media, and Telecommunications

TMT Predictions 2018: Overview | Technology, Media, and Telecommunications | Future of work | Scoop.it
View all of Deloitte Global's Technology, Media & Telecommunications predictions for 2018.
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What the gig Economy Says About the Future of the Workplace

What the gig Economy Says About the Future of the Workplace | Future of work | Scoop.it
The economic future of the world post globalization seems to be trending toward the gig economy. But could side hustles spell disaster for Industry 4.0?
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Freelancers Are Planning For The Future Of Work Faster Than Anyone Else

Freelancers Are Planning For The Future Of Work Faster Than Anyone Else | Future of work | Scoop.it
The new “Freelancing in America” report finds that freelancers are skilling up for the future of work right now.
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Questing for Economic Utopia (Part 1)

Questing for Economic Utopia (Part 1) | Future of work | Scoop.it
This year is the 500th anniversary of Thomas More’s Utopia, a book that, in the midst of the political, social and technological upheavals of the firs
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution- The need for a full social and economic strategy to thrive in an age of accelerations.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution- The need for a full social and economic strategy to thrive in an age of accelerations. | Future of work | Scoop.it
At the Labour conference the Shadow Business Secretary, Rebecca Long-Bailey, announced a review into the effects of automation and disruption on our future economy. What made this interesting is that in her speech she mentioned the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” which is the title of a book written by Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairma
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The Future Of Your Career Depends On Lifelong Learning

The Future Of Your Career Depends On Lifelong Learning | Future of work | Scoop.it
It's essential for workers to get training and develop new skills throughout their work life in order to keep up with changes in the workplace.
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The future of work in India is funky co-working spaces, not stuffy offices

The future of work in India is funky co-working spaces, not stuffy offices | Future of work | Scoop.it
A thriving startup ecosystem, costly commercial real estate, and increasing acceptance of unconventional offices are spurring the demand for co-working spaces in India. By the end of 2017, such facilities will increase by between 40% and 50% to reach a million square feet in India, according to a report by real-estate consultancy JLL and Ne
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Preparing Brazil for the future of work: Jobs, technology, and skills | McKinsey & Company

Preparing Brazil for the future of work: Jobs, technology, and skills | McKinsey & Company | Future of work | Scoop.it
Automation is coming, disrupting the world of work at unprecedented speed and scale. Here’s how the largest economy in Latin America can face the challenge.
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AI-Employee Pairing: A Marriage Made in Workforce Heaven?

AI-Employee Pairing: A Marriage Made in Workforce Heaven? | Future of work | Scoop.it
AI-phobia, particularly the fear that intelligent machines will destroy jobs, is firmly rooted in a portion of the general public and among some technology
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Unrelated to the emergence of AI, many business leaders expect continued expansion of the #gigeconomy, in which #freelancers are hired for specific projects on an as-needed basis.
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What do leaders need to think about for the future of work?

What do leaders need to think about for the future of work? | Future of work | Scoop.it
The future of work will affect employers as much as employees. Cheryl Cran has some advice for leaders as they prepare for what is to come.
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The future of work: workplace trend predictions for 2018

The future of work: workplace trend predictions for 2018 | Future of work | Scoop.it
Jonathan Richards shares his predictions for the workplace trends that small businesses should consider and prepare for during 2018, including upskilling, AI and company culture.
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Future Of Work 2018: 10 Predictions You Can’t Ignore

Future Of Work 2018: 10 Predictions You Can’t Ignore | Future of work | Scoop.it
Here are 10 predictions about how human capital management will change in 2018.
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Re-Thinking The Future Of Work: Six Priorities For The Gig Economy

Re-Thinking The Future Of Work: Six Priorities For The Gig Economy | Future of work | Scoop.it
In a world where workers are rethinking how they balance the flexibility independence offers against the security of traditional employment, how do we create a future of work that works for everyone?
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How AI, skills gaps and the gig economy are shaping the world of work

How AI, skills gaps and the gig economy are shaping the world of work | Future of work | Scoop.it
It's worth mapping key trends that are challenging traditional methods of recruitment.
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Viewpoint: Recruiters Need New Skills for the New World of Work

Viewpoint: Recruiters Need New Skills for the New World of Work | Future of work | Scoop.it
There are five specific capabilities the traditional recruiter needs to develop to become a Global Talent Scout, Convener and Coach--a new title that reflects the capabilities required for talent acquisition professionals to compete in today's global tale
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The Future Of Work: How Artificial Intelligence Will Transform The Employee Experience

The Future Of Work: How Artificial Intelligence Will Transform The Employee Experience | Future of work | Scoop.it
Artificial Intelligence is on the verge of penetrating every major industry from healthcare to advertising, transportation, finance, legal, education, and now inside the workplace. As we increase the usage of chatbots in our personal lives, we will expect to use them in the workplace as well.
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3 Huge Transformations We're Likely To See In The Next 30 Years

3 Huge Transformations We're Likely To See In The Next 30 Years | Future of work | Scoop.it
What does the future hold for jobs and work within the next 30 years? This question was originally answered on Quora by Adam Lupu.
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Google makes $1bn nonprofit pledge to retrain global workforce

Google makes $1bn nonprofit pledge to retrain global workforce | Future of work | Scoop.it
Google has pledged a billion dollars in nonprofit grants over the next five years, part of a push to help reskill workforces around the world. The news,
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Changing the mindset - Star2.com

Changing the mindset - Star2.com | Future of work | Scoop.it
Yes, robots are going to steal most of our jobs, and possibly even render us obsolete, but it is not all doom and gloom, says the EPF-The Star roundtable on 'The Future of work: Preparing for tomorrow today'.
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