This report from the Economist Intelligence Unit explores the supply and demand of digital skills across four industries: financial services, healthcare, retail and manufacturing.
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Recruitment specialist Robert Half UK considers the potential impact of a skills shortage in the UK and discusses the new aspirations of Generations X and Y and how this change could dictate change in the workplace of the future.
Is complete gender equality achievable? This report by the World Economic Forum analyses the relative gaps between men and women across health, education, the economy and politics.
Martin Dewhurst and Paul Willmott, directors at McKinsey consider the acceleration of computer learning and the impact this is having on the workplace.
Much has changed in the past 100 years of management leadership, yet there is still more to come. CEO jobs and executive positions entail what they used to and will be very different in years to come.This fascinating report by Strategy& considers how we've gotten to the CEO model of today, and what the Chief Executive Officer job description of 2040 will look like.
Underemployment occurs where individuals have spare capacity to do either more work, or work at a more qualified level. The Work Foundation produce data measuring the prevalence in the UK labour market.
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.
In 1930, Keynes painted a rosy picture of work in 100 years time: 15 hour working weeks for triple the wages. Yet he also warned about "technological unemployment". This great article from the Economist offers an indepth analysis of the history of technology and work, as well as offering some top insights for the future.
Accenture have been considering what the future might hold for HR and how companies can exploit this. Their two reports on the issue are an interesting read.
What is the war to develop talent and how can organisations win? Deloitte consider.