Future of Work

Digital skills: How businesses and policymakers can respond to future demand in the labour market

The world of work is increasingly digital. Image: Unsplash/Marvin Meyer

Sander van 't Noordende

CEO, Randstad

Stefano Scarpetta

Director, Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD

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