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Ethics and the future of work: from “could we” to “how should we”

Over the past decade, leaders have faced an increasing need to grapple with tough ethical issues posed by the future of work. The question to ask: not just “could we,” but also “how should we.”

Ethics and the future of work: from “could we” to “how should we”

The dizzying pace of technological advancement and workforce evolution has created a growing set of ethical challenges. As organizations operationalize the working relationships among humans, teams, and machines, how can they also anticipate and address potential ethical concerns? On this episode of Capital H, we explore how organizations can adjust their day-to-day product development and decision-making processes to produce more ethical results. Hear Paula Goodman, chief ethical and humane use officer at Salesforce, discuss how Salesforce has prioritized ethics while still serving as a pioneer of technological advancement into the future of work. Deloitte leaders also offer their perspective on what tech ethics might look like in the years to come.

The exercise of ethics is looking at all the different angles on a potential problem or an issue, and then it comes down to values and which values you prioritize in making decisions.

2020 Global Human Capital Trends

Ethics and the future of work: from “could we” to “how should we”

Over the past decade, leaders have faced an increasing need to grapple with tough ethical issues posed by the future of work. The question to ask: not just “could we,” but also “how should we.”

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A memo to HR: Expand focus and extend influence

The future of HR must be one of expanded focus and extended influence: expanding its focus to encompass the entirety of work and the workforce, and extending its sphere of influence to the enterprise and business ecosystem as a whole.

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