It is no secret that the landscape of the US workforce is constantly changing, particularly in the wake of the global pandemic and as millions have quit their jobs – a movement deemed “The Great Resignation.” Now, over a decade since the economy endured one of the worst recessions in American history, market analytics show we could be headed in that direction again.
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In this pilot episode, your host, Patrick Burns (Sales Director and Host of EdTalks), brings to life what he expects from some of his guests along the way in Season 1 and why the future of work has become such a prevalent topic.
Are you looking for a bit of inspiration? Do you have an idea of what you want from your job? Does your employer know what their employees want from their role?
The future of work is here. How will your manufacturing company keep up?
Whether you realise it or not, your manufacturing company is now a tech company.
It doesn’t matter if you manufacture cars, electronics, consumables, chemicals or metals - if you haven’t already adopted and embraced the mindset of a tech company, you risk being left behind by your competitors.
Sofia February 16, 2022
Over thirty companies in the UK will join a four-day workweek pilot starting in June 2022. It’s part of a broader initiative to find ways to make the working day more efficient and productive. The question is, can this work in every business?
Where we’ve come from – The journey to ‘me’
The narrative of the individual has been the dominant voice in our culture since the birth of the Enlightenment (“I think, therefore I am.”) Each person was raised to be individual, autonomous, self-reliant, and high achieving. It has been a glorious age of the individual – celebrating our break from the clutches of the monarchy to individual freedom and creative expression that resulted in ground-breaking achievements in science, medicine, technology, and education.
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