Tag Archives: future of work
To what degree should we worry about losing ground on improvements in work equity? To determine the answer to that question, we need to look at how it has already affected it.
October 26, 2021
72% Of Gen Zer’s Say They Would Quit Over A Clash Of Values With Their Employer, But Are They Really Following Through?
Many employees of big-name organizations have expressed that they wish their companies treated their workers better, as well as wishing the companies had less of a detrimental effect on the environment. Despite their differences, workers continue to work for the companies that they believe are unethical.
October 25, 2021
CCS Insight Predicts a Future of Work Centered Around the Hybrid Worker, Digital Workspaces, Activity-Based Work, and More Asynchronous Collaboration
During the CCS Insight’s Predictions for 2022 and beyond event, which recently took place on the 12-14th of October, various key trends which have been highly anticipated or followed within the tech industry this year were explored; from sustainability and the future of work, to 5G and network infrastructure, and consumer tech like AR/VR, alongside smartphones and wearables.
October 22, 2021
Micro-credentials are smaller qualifications that a worker can possess that demonstrate skills, knowledge, and experience in a specific subject area or capability. Developing a micro-credential training program can help organizations fill immediate gaps in their skill base, as well as attract and retain talent.
October 21, 2021
The vast majority of employers around the world have not yet communicated any plans for the post-COVID-19 pandemic workplace, fueling a potential disconnect with employees who are seeking permanent new ways of working.
October 19, 2021
Allwork.Space spoke to Leo Gebbie, a principal analyst at specialist tech market intelligence and advisory firm CCS Insight, to find out how Apple’s AR/VR plans could impact the future of work.
October 18, 2021
With the new 5G network, greater efficiency is expected due to the increased speed and volume of data and functions. Recruiting, collaboration, and remote work will be positively affected.
October 15, 2021
The WORKTECH Chicago 2021 conference addressed the immediate and future impact of the pandemic on the world of work, including the migration from big cities.
October 14, 2021
Companies that effectively nurture their workforce’s desire to learn are at least 30% more likely to be market leaders in their industries. A learning culture is important because it helps employers and companies capitalize on their employees’ potential to grow the business.
October 12, 2021
Workers may not be aware of just how much data they are sharing. Companies are ramping up the use of bossware to monitor what their employees do in the workday. Privacy advocates and some workers are worried that intensified tracking will normalize extreme workplace surveillance and digital supervision.
October 8, 2021
When employees are motivated, their health is better, they get their work done faster and with greater levels of collaboration, creativity and commitment. Understanding what makes employees feel motivated and productive will help any business, particularly those evaluating new ways of working.
October 6, 2021
The Wild West Of Remote And Hybrid Work | Owners And Employees Struggle To Understand An Unregulated Landscape
The shift to remote and hybrid work requires that governments, employers, and employees alike reevaluate existing policies and procedures.
October 5, 2021
Women are increasingly choosing to not have children, and some societies have already seen the effects – such as a massive decline in the workforce. For women, not having children would allow them to better focus on their careers and to save money.
October 4, 2021