This is a 2-part article from Rachel Brushfield explores the future skills needed to thrive in tomorrow’s world of work. Part 2 explores whether it is the employee, employer or both who is responsible for ensuring that employees develop the skills needed by businesses in future, and shares examples of how various organisations are approaching this business-critical issue.
This is part of the article “Future skills for a life long competitive advantage - part 2” by Rachel Brushfield.
This is part of the article “Future skills for a life long competitive advantage - part 1” by Rachel Brushfield.
This is a 2-part article from Rachel Brushfield explores the future skills needed to thrive in tomorrow’s world of work. Part 1 focuses on what skills, qualities and attitudes are needed to succeed in the future world of work.
Automation specialist Alex Croucher takes a look at the ‘virtual workforce’ and what automation of the workplace might look like.
Automation specialist Alex Croucher gives his view on how automation will affect the future of work.
In this blog, we share our post-event thoughts and a video of our panel’s reflections and insights, following our annual Future of Work Hub conference.
This article by Edward Houghton, Senior Research Advisor for Human Capital and Governance at the CIPD, takes a look at how automation is likely to impact HR and the role it will need to play in bringing ethics into a future filled with AI, data and algorithms.
Adrian Wakeling, Senior Policy Advisor at Acas, offers an insight into a recent Acas conference on what shapes the future of work, drawing on themes such as pay and productivity and automation.
Michael Weatherburn is a historian, consultant and mentor. Here he considers how high-quality hindsight can enhance our understanding of the future of work.
This is part of a series of interviews in which a selection of HR leaders across a variety of sectors share their thoughts on the impact of past and anticipated future changes on their world of work.
Meredith Goddard, Founder & Director at Five Years In, explores freelance work and considers ways in which traditional work is no longer meeting human needs.
Lewis Silkin LLP look at identity and the role creativity will play in the future world of work.
Jasmine Gartner - trainer, anthropologist and business consultant on employee engagement - considers the two ways in which we think about the idea of work.
Claudia Filsinger and Geraldine Gallacher summarise the report “Bringing talent back to the workforce: how to make returner programmes work for your organisation” by the Executive Coaching Consultancy (2017) and other publications relevant to the career return field.
Jomel Alos, of Guthrie-Jensen Consultants, takes a look at the top 10 skills that will be needed in the workplace in 2020.
We recently released a new report, written for the Future of Work Hub by Lewis Silkin LLP, which looks at the impact of three megatrends - globalisation, technology and changing demographics - on the world of work and the key implications for business. All of the extracts published so far from the report can be accessed here.
Rachel Brushfield from Energise The Talent Liberation Company explores how an individual’s personal values could be the key to solve the UK’s productivity crisis.
This is the ninth in a series of articles produced for the Future of Work Hub by Lewis Silkin LLP looking at working across borders.