The “future of work” has been the topic of much conversation of late. It’s not surprising—after all, forewarned is forearmed. With that hunger for credible and actionable predictions in mind, Gallup has identified some “disruptive workplace trends” that employers should take heed of, and begin preparing for, sooner rather than later:
Across industries, businesses have a universal set of highly-valued, meticulously-documented priorities: their money, their resources, their materials. These are all measured, tracked, managed, and understood as absolutely vital, business-critical facets of any operation—as they should be.
Voice-commanded assistants from Google and Amazon have quickly become standard in our homes, but the next space artificial intelligence (AI)-powered tools are entering is our workplaces—including the HR department.
A new survey conducted among 250 U.S. executives representing companies that are adopting artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive technologies do not see job loss as a key outcome of their efforts. Nearly 7 in 10 (69%) expect very little (if any) job loss within the next 3 years, while 29% of these ‘cognitive aware’ executives […]
Automation and artificial intelligence (AI) are rapidly changing the world we live in, and many are concerned the robots are coming for our jobs. For instance, a 2013 study by researchers at the University of Oxford estimated that almost half of all jobs in the US were at risk of being fully automated in the […]
New survey findings—released by Allegis Group, a provider of talent solutions—reveal mixed feelings about artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on the future of work.
Randstad US has recently released new research findings that contradict many reports that American workers fear losing their job due to automation. The 2017 Randstad Employer Brand Research found that only 14% of U.S. employees worry that automation will take their job away, and nearly one-third (30%) say they think automation will make their job […]
Workplace stress is on the rise, and American workers are actively addressing it by learning new skills, according to a Udemy report called “Workplace Confidential: The Real Story Behind Stress, Skills, and Success in America.”
A new report, released by Henley Business School and Oxford Strategic Consulting (OSC), examined global human capital challenges facing today’s leading organizations and how business leaders can deliver the differentiating strategic capabilities (DiSCs) needed to achieve outstanding strategic success.