Aussie workers would prefer their employers provide opportunities for training rather than access to more annual leave or perks such as a company car.
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This week’s episode is part of our series collaboration with Bett, supported by Pearson. In this episode we are focused on The Future of Work, exploring:
Significant trends and drivers for The Future of Work, including push and pull factors for employers and young people in new employment
Demands and expectations in the workplace and how this is changing how we prepare young people for the world of work Interesting sector-specific case studies in real-world learning and reskilling.
Automation could put nearly 50,000 accountants out of a job in the next 10 years, according to new research.
Faethm by Pearson, a workforce data and analytics platform, has analysed billions of data points to make predictions about the future of jobs and skills.
Mass adoption of working from home has had diverse economic and social impacts on organisations, which have turned to technology to help with enabling and facilitating new and different ways of working.
It’s clear certain jobs may largely disappear over time, but similar skills can be used interchangeably to fill other areas where demand is instead growing.
The world’s leading learning company, Pearson, has announced it has acquired the pioneering workforce AI and predictive analytics company, Faethm
Flexible, personalised employee learning has the potential to revolutionise the workplace – but it has to be undertaken with an awareness of what skills will be in demand in future. For this, organisations need data.