Talentwise: Future-proof your team
Between 400 million and 800 million individuals could be displaced by automation and will need to find new jobs by 2030. 75 million to 375 million may need to switch to new occupational categories and learn new skills.
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Businesses must invest in their people first. Employees have immense social power, and are the primary marketers for today’s organizations.
Businesses have to judge the inflexion point correctly and transform and scale in order to keep up with several changes that are affecting society.
The staffing Industry in India has grown in the past few years. Temp staffing has also grown and distinctions between permanent and temp have also become fuzzy.
Changes and disruptions will happen slowly and unevenly across sectors, allowing people to adapt to such changes.
New technologies delegate day-to-day legal, logging and accounting tasks to automated software platforms, leaving human beings to concentrate on training and building human resources.
The once-every-2-months episodic or periodic model of training must be replaced with a continuous, on-demand micro-learning model to be effective today.
As mechanical work gets handled by automation more and more, human work will tilt towards getting more creative.
Management must adapt to the new mindset of the younger generation if they have to future-proof their team.