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New Work

The world of work changes. Fast.

The ever-increasing speed of technology, demographic shifts, and dynamic requirements towards work are creating an environment that gets harder and harder to navigate for both individuals and organizations. We change how we see work, what we consider work, how we search and do work.

In order to stay healthy, productive, and relevant organizations have to react. They have to update.

A survey from PWC says that 79% of CEOs worry about the availability of key skills.
Source: PWC
The World Economic Forum estimates that by 2022, more than half of employees will have to upskill or reskill.
Source: Euronews
About 60% of all occupations have at least 30% of activities that are technically automatable, based on currently demonstrated technologies.
Source: McKinsey
53% of workers believe automation will significantly change or make their job obsolete within the next ten years.
Source: PWC
Talent shortages globally reached a record high since 2006. 20% of organizations cite candidates’ lack of appropriate experience.
Source: ManpowerGroup
On a global scale, it is calculated that the adaptation of currently demonstrated automation technologies could affect 50 percent of the world economy, or 1.2 billion employees and $14.6 trillion in wages.
Source: HBR
Analysis of return on investment for existing cases suggests that $1 invested in upskilling tends to return at least $2 in revenues or savings.
Source: PWC
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