A new survey from AlixPartners finds 3 in 4 executives “worried about losing their jobs due to disruption” — up from 51 percent in 2021.
It’s still very much an ‘ongoing experiment,’ but companies aren’t waiting around to see what the workplace of tomorrow will look like, as these dozen examples illustrate. One thing that’s already clear, post-Covid: ‘Work is no longer a place you go, but something you do.’
Technology that draws on historical data can lock in discrimination patterns, says Sharon Doherty, chief people and places officer at Finastra. Here’s how CHROs can change that.
Workforce initiatives should be driven by employees’ needs today, says Mindy Honcoop, chief people officer at TCP Software.
The $7 billion organization has a goal of employing 500,000 next year.