H&R Block Believes in Lifetime Learning as a Business Driving Force

Rallyware

Three Predictions for the Future of Work in 2028 by Kip Knight. Change happens around us every moment, making the future seem vague and mysterious. But is it that blurry? We shouldn’t forget that the majority of changes are people-driven. We create new technology to facilitate every aspect of our life, we improve medicine which results in increased life expectancy, creating an astonishingly diverse workplace with five generations working together.

The Employee of the Future

Robin Schooling

The Gen X population (ages 35 to 50 in 2015) is projected to outnumber the Boomers by 2028.”. I‘ve partnered with Spherion to provide insight and information from the 2015 Emerging Workforce Study but all opinions are my own. Please see below for additional disclosure.

Future Friday: The end of retirement?

OmegaHR Solutions

In the UK retirement which currently stands at 65 for men and 62 for women in the UK, will rise to 67 for both by 2028. Older workers can and should improve their skills and employers should pay attention.

#EconTalent Sir Charlie Mayfield on digital talent challenges

Strategic HCM

John Lewis have been looking at existing hints in today’s world which may indicate business changes through to 2028. I’m at the Economist’s Talent Management summit, opened by Edward Carr, Deputy Editor of the Economist representing Zanny Minton Beddoes. Edward suggests that AI and robotics will have a transformational although traumatic and disruptive impact on businesses and talent. The first speaker has been Sir Charlie Mayfield, Chairman of John Lewis and also of UKCES.