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Future of Work

Dec, 2016

As we face the fourth – and fastest – industrial revolution, businesses and individuals are confronted with a dizzying array of technological advances that most of us are struggling to keep up with, let alone decipher. However, it’s vital we all embrace and harness the power of digital in order to succeed. The Future of Work Report, published in The Sunday Times, uncovers how businesses and employees can adapt to a digitally disrupted world, the six biggest future threats to business and the rise of the gig economy. In addition, it offers advice on ensuring staff maintain a good work-life balance, bridging generational divides, and building trust between employers and employees


This infographic from The Future of Work Special Report reveals the impact of robots and automation on jobs. It highlights that North America, Europe and Japan are the countries with most to gain from automation. However, China, ASEAN and Latin America have the most to loose from the global role out of automated processes. Additionally, it shows 31 per cent of employees are concerned robots will take their job, followed by the worry that we will end up relying on robots