According to one HR expert, these trends 'require immediate and intentional action' if organizations want to thrive in the future of work.
The rise of automation, a data privacy crisis, and global economic instability make imagining the future of work extremely difficult.
We know that automation and A.I. are standardizing repetitive tasks and lowering labor costs; it's also leaving many loyal employees out of work because of it.
To gather perspective on the workplace of the future, I sought advice from Cecile Alper-Leroux, VP of human capital management (HCM) innovation at Ultimate Software. Every year, Alper-Leroux analyzes HR and business trends to predict the "major socio-economic, geo-political and demographic forces at play that will radically affect our workforces and workplaces."
For 2020, she has identified three issues that "require immediate and intentional action" if organizations want to thrive in the future of work.