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Future of Work

Dec, 2018

Who is responsible for reskilling the future workforce? How will artificial intelligence transform the way we communicate? And how can employers promote flexibility when flexible working is not a good fit for a given role? The Future of Work special report, published in The Times, tackles these questions, along with exploring how bureaucracy is holding organisations back and the importance of corporate wellness programmes. Also featured is an infographic covering the growing popularity of co-working and expert advice from business leaders on how to get the best out of your staff


As the number of freelancers and remote workers rises, the shift towards co-working shows no signs of slowing down, with technology being a key enabler. Interaction with other workers has emerged as one of the most influential aspects of this trend, impacting workers' mental health and productivity