Tagged With Future Of Work

From face scanning to microchipping employees, these are the methods bosses are increasingly using to monitor staff at work


A tweet from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez convinced me I've been using the wrong word to describe waitresses. Here's why I'll never call them 'unskilled' again.


Pete Buttigieg just called out Uber and McDonald's for their treatment of workers — and said beefing up unions is the best way to protect them



This Australian company introduced a four-day working week and nearly tripled its profits


These are the three quickest growing job skills in Australia right now, according to LinkedIn


By 2060, Australia cities could be cheaper, entirely powered by renewables and you could earn $40k more — if we don’t screw it up



Mums have drastically better mental health when their partners take time off work


Women worldwide are nearly as vulnerable as men to the robot takeover of jobs


I played a VR game that shows what jobs will be like when AI fully takes over, and it made me slightly more comfortable welcoming my future robot replacement


The labour-rights activist who helped win 2 million US caregivers higher wages warns that robots aren't the real threat to workers


US workers are failing drug tests at an incredible rate — but legal weed has the future of these screenings in doubt


These are the industries most likely to be taken over by robots



Here's how technology is changing the way Australian workplaces manage culture


Younger workers are more likely to struggle with ambiguity -- here are some ways to help them adapt


This is what a workday looks like for a CEO who runs his entire 40-employee tech company from a farm in New Zealand


A Silicon Valley CTO says the workplace skills he'll make sure his children learn have nothing to do with tech



A former Google exec explains why it's more important than ever for employees to take control of their careers


3 things every business should do to build the workplace of the future


Almost half of Australian businesses would rather hire talent than train existing employees -- and its a worrying sign for the future of the workforce


Mike Cannon-Brookes taught me to code the same way he teaches his 7-year-old son -- here's what I learned