Building your future workforce
It is no secret that the world of work is ever changing.
Recent headlines suggest the impact of technology, robots and AI on the employment market could be both drastic and disturbing.
In our latest campaign we explore what truth there is behind these predictions and how these changes could affect your own hiring strategy. We look at what the world of work could look like in 10 years’ time, what roles may be lost and the opportunities that could arise. We also explore the candidate skill sets required for this potential new landscape.
One hundred years ago, who would have imagined that web developers, coders, SEO consultants, site designers, digital analysts, systems engineers, bloggers, social media experts, growth hackers, content managers, UX designers, marketing technologists, and mobile developers would have been amongst the most highly respected and sought-after careers in the developed world?
Download the whitepaper
If you would like to discuss any recruitment requirements you may have then please get in touch.
What can you do to prevent unconscious bias in the workplace?
Unconscious bias – and with this, an accompanying lack of workplace diversity, can have profoundly negative effects on a business. Recruitment can be impacted, engagement levels can be damaged and retention rates can plummet; so, what can
we do about it?
Much has been written about the gig economy and how it will change the way we think about employment, increasing collaboration and innovation, giving workers the freedom to follow their dream careers.