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February 15, 2021
2021-5191

Work Reimagined The Future of Work is Changing

How the world works is changing. A rapid evolution in machines and technology will see one in three jobs performed by software by 2025. This will create 133 million new roles, at a time when employees expect more purpose-driven work. All the while, external factors such as COVID-19 are changing workforce models. So how can a business’s workforce model produce transformative-age outcomes? By moving away from a fixed view of roles to an adaptive model that continuously evolves skill-sets. At the same time, human resources must also evolve into people activators, whereas organizations and their cultures brought to life through people in an environment that supports their best work. This future-of-work approach will benefit not only the organization, it will contribute to a better working world for people.

An EY video provides details.

Learn how you can empower your workforce transformation at ey.com/PAS.

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