Summary of The Future of Jobs
Employment, Skills and Workforce Strategy for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
World Economic Forum, 2016
A World Economic Forum global survey discusses the future of the world of work.
The World Economic Forum conducted a survey of chief human resources officers (CHROs) and other leaders from 371 large companies across a variety of industries to ask what “disruptive changes” will affect jobs around the globe? The survey asked these experts’ what developments they expect will shake up employment in their fields by 2020. Their answers are compelling. They report that the world is on the brink of a “Fourth Industrial Revolution” led by societal and technical change. getAbstract recommends this meaty report to CEOs, human resources officers, recruiters and trainers concerned with staying competitive in the employment world of tomorrow.
In this summary, you will learn
- What trends human resources officers and leaders expect to affect employment worldwide by 2020
- What skills and talent gaps these trends will bring
- How increasing the role of women in the workplace can help firms address these challenges
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