Transforming the Swiss economy
The impact of automation on employment and industries
A new study from Deloitte examines the impact of automation on Swiss industries and the associated challenges and opportunities for companies.
The positive effects of automation on the Swiss labour market did not only dominate in the past, they are likely to do so in the future as well. Automation is having a differing impact on individual industries of the Swiss economy, however. Agriculture and forestry have the highest proportion of employees in jobs with a high likelihood of automation (76%), while the public administration, health and social services (17%), and information and communication sectors (19%) are the least likely to see jobs being automated. Increasing automation brings considerable advantages for companies. It enables production processes to be optimised, for example, or costs to be cut.
- What key competencies are needed in the digital age? The study discusses the associated effects on the Swiss labour force and highlights what competencies will be particularly sought after in the future.
- Industrialisation in banking: The report suggests how an industrialisation strategy can be used by banks to increase efficiency and agility.
- Structural change creates jobs: This study shows that the positive effects of automation in Switzerland will continue to dominate in the future.
- Man and Machine - robots on the rise: This report explores the impact of automation on jobs in Switzerland.
- Next generation automation: This report highlights the differences between robotic automation + artificial intelligence led automation and helps you choose which to prioritize.
- The robots are here: This report examines Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and its role in shared services and Global Business Services (GBS).
- The robots are coming: This report will help shared services and GBS leaders understand what a robot is and is not, what are the benefits that can be achieved, how can robotics be successfully implemented, what makes a process a candidate for robotics.