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.
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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.
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 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 BCG aims to demonstrate that nearly all industrial producers recognise the importance of advanced robotics and plan to further implement this technology as part of a comprehensive digital transformation of their operations.
This report by RSA highlights the four futures of work: the Big Tech Economy, the Precision Economy, the Exodus Economy and the Empathy Economy.
This report for the Corporate Research Forum summarises the main demographic, economic and technology trends shaping the future of work in 2018.
This report from Ius Laboris researches the impact of an evolving geopolitical, demographic and technological landscape on employers.
This event included discussion and debate with our keynote speaker exploring the impact of technology on the world of work, and a panel discussion on the opportunities and challenges for HR in harnessing people analytics to support the business.
In this report, the Social Market Foundation examines the potential benefits that could be realised from the roll-out of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the workplace.