Automation, digital platforms and other innovations are changing the nature of work. Understanding these shifts can help policy makers, business leaders and workers move forward, writes James Manyika of McKinsey in a briefing note prepared for the Fortune + Time Global Forum.
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In recent decades, European labour markets have witnessed substantial disruption as the workplace has been restructured to accommodate the arrival of digital technologies. This collection of essays on employment in a digitised economy explores technology, globalisation and the future of work in Europe.
Experts respond - how will advances in artificial intelligence and robotics impact the economic and employment picture over the next decade?
There is a skills mismatch in the UK. Workers often don't have the right skills that businesses need, whilst the skills that do exist are often under utilised. This CIPD report explores the issues.
The economy has created jobs in high-skill, high-wage professional and managerial occupations. Yet we've also seen growth in lower wage service occupations, combined with a reduction in middle-wage occupations. This report by the Work Foundation discusses this "hourglass" effect and whether there has been a gradual hollowing-out of the labour market.