McKinsey Global Institute research suggests that in excess of 375million jobs worldwide will be lost to the looming threat of automation by the year 2030. If these reports are to be believed, it’s obvious that humans and robots will have to work harmoniously if the future workforce is to be productive – but how can this be achieved? The latest video from HR Grapevine explores the issue and presents the facts, with the insight of some of the world’s leading experts.

McKinsey Global Institute research suggests that in excess of 375million jobs worldwide will be lost to the looming threat of automation by the year 2030. If these reports are to be believed, it’s obvious that humans and robots will have to work harmoniously if the future workforce is to be productive – but how can this be achieved? The latest video from HR Grapevine explores the issue and presents the facts, with the insight of some of the world’s leading experts.


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