How to Make the Future of Work Human-Centered


How to Make the Future of Work Human-Centered. The shape and nature of work is changing, forcing employers to re-examine the role of humans in the workforce. By 2030, it is predicted that as many as 30% of today’s jobs will be lost to automation. . As businesses begin to evaluate the impact of this disruption, one thing is clear. The future of work is human. From the employee experience to the human experience .

The Reskilling Revolution versus the ‘clay layer’

CLO Magazine

News reports and blogs are filled with references to the need for reskilling and upskilling large swaths of the global population over the next 5-10 years. Reskilling initiatives abound in government legislative agendas and corporate strategic plans. Meet the clay layer.


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Q&A with CEO: How Better Care Benefits the Workplace


One of the biggest changes happening in the workplace is around the care of people. Enter , the world’s largest online marketplace for finding and managing family care, with more than 25.2 The company is now live on nearly the full suite of Workday applications, including Workday Financial Management and Workday Human Capital Management. Marcelo: There’s a demographic shift happening in the workplace. million by 2030.

“Don’t take yourself too seriously.” with Jason Blake

Thrive Global

People invested in me, and made bets on me, that far exceeded what I thought I deserved at the time. They hesitate to push beyond their comfort zones and limit their opportunities to bring their gifts to the world. Thank you for the opportunity. They’ve done the homework.

How To Recruit And Retain Millennials

SAP Innovation

This shift is driven in part by the technological revolution and evolving parenting styles that have granted millennials more opportunities and access to information than ever before. By 2030, millennials will make up half of the U.S. workforce, so managers in all industries must learn about the expectations and strengths of these employees in order to harness their potential. In 2015, Wingard said they are workers between the ages of 18 and 26.