Raconteur takes a look at all things talent management in this report.
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This report from Raconteur looks at all things future of work, including automation, productivity and a flexible workforce.
This briefing provides an overview of globalisation, technology and demography and some of the ways in which they affect work and employment in the UK.
Pearson teamed up with researchers from Nesta and the Oxford Martin School to build a research project that moves the conversation about the future of work past automation and predicts the demand for work and skills in the US and UK economies in 2030.
PwC take a look at the workplace of the future and four possible worlds of work for 2030.
The REC's future of work commission ask how we can improve the UK's employment rate and look at what the UK jobs market might look like in 2025.
Organisations face a radically shifting context for the workforce, the workplace, and the world of work. This Deloitte survey of more than 10,000 business and HR leaders from 140 countries reveals 10 areas for businesses to focus on to better organise, manage, develop, and align people at work.
According to this report by Deloitte, millennials are seeking stability. A turbulent 2016—punctuated by terror attacks in Europe, Brexit, and a contentious US presidential election—appears to have rattled millennials’ confidence.
The ninth annual survey of employee attitudes to pay is based on a survey of 1,658 working adults, across all industrial sectors. The survey was carried out between 12 December and 21 December 2016 and is representative of the UK workforce in relation to sector, size and industry type. The findings are primarily analysed by sector, organisational size, managerial position and pay. On behalf of the CIPD, YouGov undertook this research among UK employees and builds on the data collected previously.
Survey findings reveal that there’s a lack of awareness among workers regarding the new state pension that was introduced last year, in terms of what they’ll get and when they’ll get it. The survey shows that the age at which staff can get a state pension is an important factor in their decision-making about when to stop work.
This report from the Institute of Public Policy Research sets out five trends that will drive change in Britain the 2020s.