CBI/Pearson look at the growing skills gap in the context of Brexit and increasing technological change.
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This conference from Chatham House will explore technological trends and how they are reshaping the future of work, forecasting key areas of job disruption and evaluating ways in which policy and business leaders can adapt regulatory and economic frameworks in response.
This report from the UKCES provides a comprehensive picture of skills needs and training investment, including vacancies and skills shortages, employee skill gaps and the recruitment of education leavers and young people.
This report from Infosys examines the career and education realities of young people across nine major economies, in particular the challenges and opportunities facing younger working professionals.
This annual employment trends survey from the CBI and Accenture considers the current and future employment landscape.
This article from Predictive Hire explores the barriers to occupational mobility in the UK and the growing use of predictive analytics or algorithmic hiring to neutralise unintentional prejudice against age, academic background, class, ethnicity, colour, gender, disability, sexual orientation and religion.
The UK economy is recovering from the financial crisis and employment is on the rise as more highly skilled jobs are created and in need of filling. Productivity however, still remains a problem and young people's workplace skills aren't up to scratch. This survey from the CBI and Pearson explores how the UK can strengthen its education and skills systems in order to meet future demand.
Experts respond - how will advances in artificial intelligence and robotics impact the economic and employment picture over the next decade?
The UK Commission for Employment and Skills report "The Future of Work: jobs and skills in 2030" looks ahead to the future labour market.
The evolution of technology has created a new demand for technical skills. Capgemini Consulting consider what skills are most relevant for the digital age.