Future of Work

Disruption lies ahead

The world of work is facing dramatic change driven by technology, demographic shifts and the changing expectations of talent. As the ‘future of work’ evolves rapidly around us, companies must respond now to harness new technologies and effectively lead and engage the new workforce.

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Future of work labs

The future of work lab experience sets the foundation for understanding the impact of the Future of Work for your business. It will seek to answer questions like: What drivers are reshaping work, workforce, and workplaces? What are the organisation, leadership, and culture impacts? How can we unlock value creation through our workforce and create a future forward workforce strategy?

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The future of work short insights

Driven by accelerating connectivity, new talent models, and cognitive tools, work is changing. As robotics, AI, the gig economy and crowds grow, jobs are being reinvented, creating the “augmented workforce.” Here is a collection of insights about the future of work from our experts.

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Humanising the future of work podcast

How do you see the Future of Work impacting your customer, your organisation or your future workforce? In our 'Humanising the Future of Work' podcast series, our experts explore the big questions around the Future of Work and what this means for you.

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Human Capital Trends 2021: European special report

COVID-19 has shown that organisations and their people can respond to the pressure of a crisis, meeting challenges from what seemed impossible and achieving tremendous positive change. But will the pandemic prove to be a fast-forwarding ‘time machine’ to a new accelerated future of work?

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State of the UK worker: A year in the pandemic

What's COVID-19's impact on workers' views of the Future of Work? Deloitte recently ran a survey of over 1,200 UK workers to understand the impact of lockdown on work and the expectations of workers for the return to the workplace.

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May the workforce be with you

The world of work was in flux well before COVID-19. However, the events of 2020 have accelerated these changes and fast tracked the future of work. This article brings the voice of the workforce to the fore, enabling organisations to learn from its views.

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First comes the workforce

The human-centric future of work: Organisations need to examine the responses of their workforces to COVID-19. What were their coping mechanisms? What brought them success in the face of the pandemic?

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Global Millennial Survey 2020

Millennials and Gen Zs hold the key to creating a “better normal”. Deloitte research reveals “resilient generations.” In the face of unprecedented health and economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, millennials and Gen Zs express resolve and a vision to build a better future.

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Working during lockdown

What's the impact of COVID-19 on productivity and wellbeing? The findings from our survey of 1,321 UK workers examines how technology has enabled successful working from home, and how organisations can help their workers adapt to the future of work.

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Contacts

Richard Coombes

Lead Partner

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richardcoombes@deloitte.co.uk View profile

Will Gosling

Partner

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wgosling@deloitte.co.uk View profile

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