Join us for a live written discussion exploring how businesses can help not just their own internal talent and skills development during the fourth work revolution but also the wider communities they serve and in which they operate. This discussion will take place on Thursday 31 January 2019, 3pm-4pm- GMT (10.00am-11am EST).
66% of manufacturing jobs in the US have disappeared over the past 50 years, 5 million jobs since 1999, according to research from the Mastercard Centre for Inclusive Growth - jobs which aren’t coming back and aren’t being replaced. Whilst Oxford University experts estimate that 47% of all jobs globally are exposed to future automation.
For many the Future of Work is a talent, skills and recruitment issue for business, staying at arm’s length away from those who care about the communities in which businesses operate and their social impacts.
Join this live written discussion on Thursday 31st January to hear business experts from across sectors and understand why they are taking this seriously, what they are doing about it and how they are seeking collaborations with others in order to avoid what has been deemed by Yuval Noah Harari as a “set of global existential threats that no nation can solve on its own”
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