May 1st 2019
Disruption: How will Reward Leaders Respond to an Uncertain Future?
This report analyses the global trends and the likely effects that the gig economy, ageing workforce, political turmoil and AI will have on business in the coming years. The supportive event, Facing Disruption - Reward Implications, will explore these topics and answer relevant questions, specifically:
- Trends – What are some of the significant trends in business, economics, people and politics, technology and society?
- Themes – What are the consistent themes in how these trends might impact reward?
- Actions – How might HR and the reward function act on these themes?
An exploration of the implications and relevant reward themes will contribute to answering these questions.
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