The Future of Work for All Generations
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has established an opportunity to share insights into global trends that are shaping our societies through a platform, the Forum Network.
Issues, such as inclusive growth, trust, digitalisation and also intergenerational solidarity are discussed by various contributors working in their domains, creating a useful platform for sharing the knowledge and perspectives on the same issues affecting different parts of the world.
The AAL Programme would like you to introduce one of the recent articles submitted by Debra Whitman, the Executive Vice President and Chief Public Policy Officer of an international non-profit organisation AARP. She has published a piece on discussing the major transformation that we can expect to take place in the global workforce.
Read the article and gain insights on how technology, skills and age will intersect in the working life of the 21st century.
We know that technology is fundamentally transforming jobs, from the types of tasks we perform to the very structure of companies and organisations. As business models adapt to this digital revolution, employers are redefining their workforce hierarchies and job roles. This is truly a game-changing mega trend, altering work as we know it forever.
Read the full article here
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