Working from home in 2020 has been a big change and an even bigger challenge for many people, but next year will see these changes become more solidified into working life. Here are my predictions for what the future of work will look like in 2021.
A recent report from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) found that women are twice as vulnerable to automation as men, on the premise that the jobs at risk of automation are overrepresented by women
A recent report from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) found that women are twice as vulnerable to automation by robots as men, due to the jobs at risk of automation that are overrepresented by women.
As the gig economy has grown it has become an intrinsic part of our digital society.
These are pretty weird times so it perhaps feels less surprising than usual that a recent book recommends running a company where staff can help to set their own salaries, accounts are accessible to all, where there is no formal hierarchical management and where holidays are unlimited.