Future of Work

The 4 forces workplaces can't ignore

Four forces – specialization, scarcity, rivalry and humanity – have shaped workforce strategy throughout human history, PwC says. Image: Unsplash/ Campaign Creators

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Graphic showing how to navigate the interplay of four forces to create a more future-ready workplace.
Four workplace forces – specialization, scarcity, rivalry and humanity – can help employers plan their workforces for the future. Image: PwC.

humans vs machines at work workforce strategy
Humans will increasingly share the world of work with machines, finds the world Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report 2020. Image: World Economic Forum.

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