Information & Inspiration: All about Transformation
ogistics is one such sector that has flourished in the past years. According to a report by Welspun One Logistics Parks, this industry will grow at 35% in 2021.
Within five years, 30% of current workforce skills will be obsolete.
If last year was about reacting and responding to uncertainty, this year firms are working through recovery and looking at how to reshape.
At the start of the year, ‘predictions’ of the year ahead fill the social media space.
How are organizations in the technology industry responding to the Future of Work? We asked 80 organizations across the globe. Read the document above to find out.
How are organizations in the banking industry responding to the Future of Work? We asked 80 organizations across the globe. Read the document above to find out.
A recent survey by Aon asked over 1,600 HR leaders what they considered to be the most important factors when defining the future of work.
We’ve been asking companies from across the globe how they are navigating change and preparing for the future of work.
How are organizations responding to the Future of Work? We asked 1,500 organizations across the globe.
Aon's Assessment Solutions looked at team readiness for digital transformation, including the skills and behavior needed to strengthen digitally-ready teams.
The Times Special Report on the future of work featured an article that emphasized the need for organizations to ‘look within’ and unearth the potential of its current workforce.
The shape of the workforce is changing. Approximately 15% of the current total workforce are contractors and reliance on gig workers has increased, especially in IT roles.
Despite the pandemic-induced growth in unemployment levels, there remains a growing and global shortage of high-skilled workers.
Hiring talent into your business with the abilities, capabilities and behaviors that match the needs of your firm is commonplace. Competency frameworks and job profiles help recruiters understand.
Dr Ogbonnaya discovered that ‘introverted’ individuals and those scoring high on ‘agreeableness’ were quite satisfied to work from home.
There was renewed energy and analysis on how we may equip the workforce for change more effectively (indeed, I would suggest this is what ‘future of work’ is really about).
Aon's John McLaughlin elaborates on how to manage disruption and 4 steps to an agile and resilient organisation.
Learn how to adapt your sales force to an evolving digital world.
Aon's article on Accelerate Model published in Raconteur and The Times Special Report issue Future of Work. By analyzing data and workforce capabilities together, companies can solve workforce issues
The aviation industry is in a difficult place at present. However, its future is surely positive.