Education, Skills and Learning

Debunked: 5 myths about the future of work

The majority of employers say the key goal of automation is to augment, not replace, human performance and productivity Image: REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Ravin Jesuthasan

Senior Partner and Global Leader for Transformation Services, Mercer (MMC)

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Image: Willis Towers Watson 2017-18 Global Future of Work Survey
Image: Willis Towers Watson 2017-18 Global Future of Work Survey
Image: Willis Towers Watson 2017-18 Global Future of Work Survey

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