This report by the AiGroup outlines the state of business digitilisation as more and more businesses participate in the Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0.
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In this report the RSA offers a collection of short stories on the future of work in an age of radical automation and technologies.
This report by the CIPD explores the accuracy of the popular view that work is becoming more insecure, associated with the rise of atypical forms of work such as the gig-economy, zero-hour working and agency work.
The recent Fabian Society Report highlights the importance of unions organising, representing and supporting self-workers rights.
This report reviews the main results of some 60 years of collaboration between the European Union (EU) and the International Labour Office (ILO) which covers an ever-greater range of issues to address the future of work and the challenges it poses to the sustainability of decent work and social protection.
This report by OECD highlights that with the many opportunities, much anxiety surrounds the future of work with digitalisation, globalisation and demographic changes having a profound impact on our lives.
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 Raconteur discusses what exactly the jobs of the future will look like and what benefits they bring, as artificial intelligence and robotic process automation (RPA) continues to free up humans to carry out more interesting and valuable roles.