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The Future of Work
It is important to have this broad debate in order to ensure both employers and employees have a voice in shaping the future of work over the next two decades. However, it is also vital to look closely at the world of work as it is now and understand the trends, attitudes, and, behaviors that are currently driving change and that will continue to drive change over the next two years.
This is the objective of our research. Its purpose is to understand the reality of the way work is changing, uncover the issues that are affecting employees right now and identify what is most important for them in the immediate future. We are doing this to give employers an advantage in their recruitment and retention by helping them to cut through the myths and noise around the future of work and get insights into what their current and future employees find most important. We also want to give job seekers a broader insight into the changing work landscape.
The insights contained in our findings are derived from extensive quantitative research which captured the opinions and experiences of 14,000 job seekers across 10 European countries. The responses painted a surprising consistent cross-border picture but there are some regional differences and preferences which have been flagged up where they relevant.
The report itself is split into three sections, reflecting the key topics that were forthcoming from the research:
- The Human Workplace
- Inspirational Leadership
- Alternative Ways of Working
The future of work is something that affects all of us and we want to offer some evidence-based insights into how that future is shaping up in the short term to help employers and job seekers best prepare.
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