Productivity could be increased five times if employees experience the ‘meaning quotient’.
The world has relied on essential workers during the pandemic –yet too many still lack basic protections. Here's how we can fix that.
We polled 11,000 young people around the world and spoke to a small group of them about the future of work and skills. Here's what they told us.
A survey of 2,500 UK employees shows a preference in favour of home working 2-3 days a week, with lingering concerns of overcrowded transport and offices.
Parental leave is a good thing, according to 90% of men who take it. Billions of dollars in economic output is lost every year because women shoulder the burden of childcare.
From containing the pandemic, to embracing diversity and growing the green economy, here are some of the key quotes from the Agenda Dialogues session.
We asked leaders at the World Economic Forum's Jobs Reset Summit, how they plan to shape an inclusive recovery. Most agree on the immediate need to address a social revival alongside an e...
A pilot study used AI to map workers’ skills and match them to alternative job roles. Here's how it could be used in upskilling efforts to close skills gaps.
The pandemic has accelerated the expansion of jobs offering flexibility for disability, which could help get more young people with disabilities into work.
Unemployment remains high – but some sectors with the most jobs lost now can’t find enough workers. How do we solve this paradox in the post-COVID economy?
The pandemic has seen office working life upended for the world’s 1.25 billion “knowledge workers”. As vaccination programmes are rolled out businesses are starting to redefine the future...
The reopening of businesses isn’t just about the future of work. It is about the next evolution of business culture and of society – with business helping to build a resilient platform fo...
The craft of negotiation in procurement is a powerful tool for the bottom line, but also to make bolder, measurable commitments toward ESG efforts.
Governments must tailor their fiscal policy response to COVID-19, with the IMF recommending targeted support to vulnerable homes and focused support to viable firms.
Cities are experiencing around 15 to 25% less revenue during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's what competitive cities are doing to weather the crisis.