future of work

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Post date: August 6, 2019
Artificial intelligence (AI) expert Kai-Fu Lee estimates that within 10 to 20 years 40 to 50 percent of jobs in the U.S. will be technically capable of being automated. He stresses that inertia, new jobs, and other forces will likely diminish the amount of actual job losses to 10 to 25 percent. A...
Post date: January 7, 2020
As we enter a new decade in the world of work, here are six trends HR leaders should keep in mind.  1. Pay equity and transparency will remain a priority.  Analyzing pay records for gender pay gaps and pay inequities is becoming standard practice, with remediation efforts not far behind, according...
Post date: May 31, 2018
The role of the chief human resources officer is changing. Over the years, the best CHROs became much more focused on the business and its strategic needs. Today, the needs of the business have evolved—and with it the demands on the CHRO. Long-established business models face disruption across...
Post date: June 2, 2020
Work from home protocols in place. Travel restrictions. Large conferences canceled. Sales pitches via video conference instead of flights across the country for face-to-face meetings. The future of work? Perhaps. The nature of work is changing. We are moving from a “one manager, one office, 9-5”...
Post date: April 25, 2019
For the last 60 years, NASA has been marked by talented, curious, and relentless adventurers who have explored the unknown for the benefit of humanity. This workforce has achieved the impossible, including setting foot on the Moon, landing rovers on Mars, living for nearly two decades in Low Earth...
Post date: July 24, 2017
By sheer numbers alone, Millennials have already impacted the U.S. workforce. In 2015, this generation became the largest in the workplace and, today, they account for 50 percent of the job applications received by organizations. Human resources is already playing, and will continue to play, a...