Pressure to balance work and home life, advancements in technologies, and changes to state pension are creating flexible workforces of the future, writes Nick Homer
Zurich and the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at the University of Oxford are midway through a three-year programme studying these workforce patterns and assessing the implications for individuals, policymakers and other stakeholders including employers, insurers and advisers. Last month, the programme produced its most authoritative report to date, People protection: insights on empowering an agile workforce. Surveying 18,000 people across 16 countries, from Brazil to Australia,...
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