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How automation is changing the way organisations operate
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Robot workers are replacing human jobs - the debate of the decade. This research shows that 87% of employers plan to increase or maintain headcount as a result of automation for the third consecutive year.

Rather than reducing employment opportunities, organisations are investing in digital, shifting tasks to robots and creating jobs. At the same time, companies are scaling their upskilling so their human workforce can perform new and complementary roles to those done by machines.

Right Management have gathered the views of 19,000 employers in 44 countries to compile this report "Humans Wanted: Robots Need You". It includes:

  • The impact of automation on job growth - how robots are helping to boost productivity and proving to be critical to economic growth

  • The talent strategies to implement to ensure a future-fit workforce - strategies 94% of employers are pursuing to secure the skills they need and why companies with a plan are more confident in expanding their headcount than those that are hesitating

  • 7 ways to ensure humans can befriend machines

As digitisation and automation become business as usual, HR needs to evolve. With record talent shortages around the world and employers planning to automate tasks and create jobs, it's no longer a question of simply finding talent, it's about building it. A dynamic talent strategy will fuel future growth by employing the right combination of building, buying, borrowing and bridging talent. Developing skills that are core to the business is how companies will develop organisational agility and workforce resilience for the future.

Download the report below to discover a real-time view of how automation is changing the way organisations operate.

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