Future of Work Journal
Latest news and articles on the future of work, what is changing and how you can adapt
Facts on the Future of Work
1. 40% of the average worker’s skills will need to be updated to meet the demands of future labour markets. (Weforum)
6. Employers that support their peoples’ lives overall enjoy a 23% increase in the number of employees reporting better mental health, plus a 17% increase in the number of employees reporting better physical health. (Gartner)
8. 64% of managers believe that employees working in the office are higher performers than remote workers and give the in–office workers a higher raise. (Forbes)
10. Remote full–time workers from both 2019 and 2020 (Pre- and post-pandemic) are 5% more likely to be high performers than those who work from the office. (Forbes)
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