Future of Work
Have you thought about making a checklist to prepare for returning to the office? We spotted a helpful checklist with over 70 things businesses need to consider relating to their premises, employees, and data.
What employee data have you decided it is necessary to collect, e.g. temperature checks, workplace testing, to name a few? How could you balance that with transparent communications for employees so they can exercise their rights too? Download the 70-point checklist along with the new study from IFOW that suggests algorithmic systems could be eroding good work.
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With the UK currently on track to lift all Covid-19 restrictions on June 21st, many offices will be opening again for the first time since the pandemic began. Lewis Silkin has created a free checklist of all the things to consider for a return to the office.
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Concerns about the impacts of automation have tended to focus on fears of mass technological unemployment. This recent study from the Institute for the Future of Work finds it is not the replacement of humans by machines but the treatment of humans as machines that is the problem.
Read more (Institute for the Future of Work)
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Eric Yuan, the CEO of Zoom, told a virtual audience of The Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council Summit on Tuesday that he had personally experienced Zoom fatigue. On one day last year, he said he had 19 Zoom meetings in a row.
Read more (Wall Street Journal)
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