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COVID-19 has changed the world of work in unprecedented ways. The rapid and devastating spread of the coronavirus brought global business activity to a screeching halt. Businesses and employees alike were faced with a scenario most had never imagined.

Agile workers - those committed to skilling, reskilling, upskilling - will be in the best position to be attractive and suitable for the jobs of tomorrow.

In today’s rapidly digitalising, globalised world, diversity and inclusion in the workplace has never been more important.

Online platforms will enable remote meetings in virtual workspaces with almost no latency. And employment contracts will need some adjustment to allow for continued education.

Young people have been negatively impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. How do we ensure they don’t turn into the lockdown generation?

Young people are suffering from "workaholism", the work addiction that affects 66% of Millennials.

What happens when you virtually connect hundreds of experts on the world of work and bring them into one digital space for 24 hours?

At a time when the world is seemingly heading toward more isolation and protectionism, it is essential to tackle the challenges of the future of work – in other words: we need to collaborate more, not less.

A completely virtual conference FU.SE Digital 2020 has brought innovators, business executives, and decision makers together to address key challenges of the future of work.

If you think members of Generation Z are too delicate and sensitive with a lack of resilience and leadership capability – think again.

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We need a new social contract for work in the 21st century.

A changing, diverse world of work is creating exciting opportunities for all. How can we make all forms of work sustainable and secure for individuals and business alike?

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GTCI 2020

Global Talent in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

The GTCI is an annual benchmarking report that measures the ability of 132 countries and 155 cities to grow, attract and retain talent.

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