Future of work

A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

Developing nations have a real opportunity to cash in on knowledge-based work which allows flexibility.

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Employers have benefited from technological advances for a century. Now it’s employees’ turn.

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A shorter week reflects a flexible and results-oriented culture, where employees are judged on the quality of work rather than how long they are in the office.

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Building the workplaces of the future means rethinking how office space is used and what flexibility means.

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Automation could reproduce informal and precarious work rather than transform existing trends.

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COVID changed the way we work. It also changed the way employees see their work. It could have huge implications.

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People’s connection to labour is facing big changes and big questions.

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