Remote working looks likely to persist in some form for many employees as the world learns how to live with coronavirus. But our new CIO Special – The future of work and the ReRo revolution – argues that remote working needs to be seen as just one component of a continuing process of workplace change.

  • Remote working will be accompanied by more radical robotics-driven (e.g. AI) change: together, this is the Remote working and Robotics (ReRo) revolution.
  • ReRo will have multiple implications for corporates, workers and governments. A broader and more integrated discussion is now needed about its implications for the future of work.
  • The report considers four key issues around the future of work and the ReRo revolution – management, development, fairness and financing – and identifies likely stress points ahead.

 

 

To download a PDF of the full report, please click here.

 

To download a  PDF of the full report in Italian, please click here.

 

To download a  PDF of the full report in Traditional Chinese, please click here.

 

 


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