October 25th 2018

Disruption: How Will Reward Leaders Respond to an Uncertain Future?

In this discussion paper, David Creelman explores what the world of work will look like in the next five and ten years. How will the economy, AI, longer life expectancies and politics impact organisations?

The paper explores the landscape of current trends - including business, economic, people & politics, technology and societal. How are these linked to reward and how will this change?

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