This report by The Entrepreneurs Network notes that whilst 14% of UK residents are foreign-born, 49% of the UK’s fastest-growing startups have at least one foreign-born co-founder.
This report by McKinsey highlights that the day-to-day nature of work could change for nearly everyone as intelligent machines become fixtures in the American workplace.
The recent Fabian Society Report highlights the importance of unions organising, representing and supporting self-workers rights.
This report by McKinsey explores that if women make transitions in automation, they could be on the path to more productive, better-paid work. If they cannot, they could face a growing wage gap or be left further behind when progress toward gender parity in work is already slow.
This report by the Northeastern University and Gallup highlights that U.S., U.K. and Canadian citizens call for a unified skills strategy for the AI age, based on their second annual survey on artificial intelligence.
This report from the Harvard Business School highlights the significance of companies and business leaders setting aside traditional ideas and embracing workplace change.
This report by ACAS (and IPA) highlights some of the more surprising and sometimes nuanced winners and losers in the way that new technology may affect the world of work e.g. shifting pressure fro physical health to mental health through stress caused by work intensification and social isolation.
This report by the CIPD demonstrates the importance of taking an objective view of the impacts of AI and automation in UK workplaces.
This report from Deloitte researches the impact the combination of economic, social, political issues and the constant acceleration of artificial intelligence challenging business strategies to reinvent their ability to learn.
This report by Raconteur summarises how imperative ‘Business Transformation’ as an integral part of business culture, is for organisations to survive.