The workplace is continually changing as new technologies and new ways of working begin to emerge. COVID-19 was a prime example of this, as well as a clear accelerated to this new world of work.
Using Robert Half’s expertise, explore the impact of the future workplace and what will that mean for hiring strategies? What part will technologies like data analytics, the internet of things, robotics, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality play, and how can organisations ensure they keep pace? And what impacts will these technologies have on the skills needed on an ever “more human” workforce.
Trends shaping the future of work also include flexibility in work patterns, job descriptions, roles and responsibilities, and skills. How should you change recruitment strategies to make sure you build flexibility into the opportunities you offer candidates? And how can you prepare your leadership to meet the changing expectations of employees?
The future of work isn’t as far away as we once thought. But armed with insights from our business and recruitment experts you will be in a better position to meet the challenges of tomorrow, today.
Future of work: An on-demand webinar by Robert Half
COVID-19 and lockdown restrictions have forced businesses to completely reshape their working patterns and ways of doing business over the last few months. And in doing so we have seen an acceleration of the future of work no-one could have foreseen.
Katy Tanner, Manager, IZ Leadership Development Programs at Robert Half and Steve Sully, Director at Robert Half explore some of the lessons learnt through the lenses of people, technology and process. Explore how considerations for these three pillars are needed to help build the future of work for you individually and your business.
Work in the future won’t be defined – or confined – by role or job title. It will be based largely on people’s increased ability to apply their own unique array of skills, knowledge and talents to their work.
What is the future of work?
No one future of work report will have all the answers to support your preparations. So at Robert Half, we want to help you stay up to date on the latest developments, by regularly offering information to help you understand how work is changing and what this means for your efforts to recruit employees or future-proof your career.
Businesses, both large and small, recognise that the smart use of digital technologies will make the difference between success and failure in the very near future.
But how do SME IT leaders attract the tech skills they need when competing with larger organisations and hot tech start-ups? Download our report for the six most important steps to take when planning how to build a business for tomorrow.
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Industry 4.0 and the growing talent dilemma in the future of work
Automation, AI and digital transformation are becoming what's known as the 4th industrial revolution. This evolution of the workplace comes at a time when four in five hiring managers are finding it qualified professionals is more challenging today than five years ago.
Explore how the convergence of industry 4.0, skills shortages, and changing working patterns are the key trends shaping the future of work.
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Contact the team today for more advice about recruiting for the future of work.