Freaked out about robots taking your job? Look no further: everything you need to know about the automated future of work is right here.
To complete a week focusing on the future of work, we’ve rounded up the essential information you need to know.
Sinead Scully is the director of enterprise business at IBM Ireland. Here, she talks about the important role data will play in the future of work.
Everyone should be on the same page, says Wrike’s EMEA chief.
At Inspirefest 2017, Monica Parker explained that adapting to and embracing change is not only beneficial, but necessary to navigate an ever-changing workforce.
At The Dock, Accenture has developed a purpose-built space devoted to improving the employee experience with technology, design and a touch of experimentation.
The Irish man behind the world’s most influential HR tech conference says the future of work can either be like Star Trek or it could go the way of Mad Max.
Many are pondering the stability of their jobs and how AI will affect their day-to-day work. But what about the office in which you will work?
A substantial amount of jobs in developing countries are at risk of automation.
What will happen to jobs as we know them when automation comes to the fore?
With a renewed focus on how our working environment can affect our health, the time has come to rethink the workplace with humans at its heart.
The humanoid robot Pepper from SoftBank Group at an IBM stand during CeBIT. Image: Flowgraph/Shutterstock