Workforce and Employment

It's time to forget what you know about your job - but that's not a bad thing

Reskilling is important, but "de-learning" must play a larger role in discussions about the future of work Image: Mimi Thian/Unsplash

Kathy Bloomgarden

Chief Executive Officer, Ruder Finn

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