What the future of work will look like is a question that plays on the mind of thought leaders and HR, alike.
While there are many academic reports predicting that 20million factory jobs will be lost to automation, according to Oxford Economics predictions and the future of work will be one of hyper surveillance, according to RSA research, they are just predictions and it is impossible to predict with 100% accuracy until it happens.
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