Posted by: Celso Singo Aramaki
The world of work is changing fast – and mapping out healthy new work models will be necessary to channel that change into the creation of stronger labour markets and sufficient safeguards. Job creation was high on every country’s agenda even before the advent of COVID-19 and its related economic devastation, alongside policy-making intended to help both workers and their employers. The most successful approaches will take into account shifting demographics and changing job roles, and will leverage disruption as a means to design workplaces that best serve everyone’s needs.
This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnership with Prof. Dr. Isabell M. Welpe, Chair for Strategy and Organization, and Felix Rank, Research Fellow, at the Technical University of Munich.
"Knowledge Landscapes and Public Policies" is a working version article by Celso Singo Aramaki https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7240-0906 http://lattes.cnpq.br/4964988088624608
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