09/03/2021: The Future of Work: The Workforce | FT Live

FT Live Future of Work featured

Equipping employees with skills, culture and resources to thrive in a new world of work.

Many workers across the globe experienced profound changes to the way they work in 2020. However, the effects have been binary; whilst some workers have benefited from greater flexibility and productivity, others have reported stress, burnout and disengagement. As the crisis progresses from a social to an economic challenge, HR leaders and their teams will continue to be central to defining business strategy and reshaping their organisations.

How can business leaders turn adversity into an opportunity to build better workplaces?

Following a successful launch in 2020, the FT’s Future of Work Series returns in 2021 to address the defining issues facing businesses, and their employees, at this pivotal moment in the world or work. Framed through the lens of three key topic areas, the series will delve into the issues facing organisations navigating the transition, and bring together the teams responsible for driving change.

Navigating the world of business in an uncertain and highly volatile world is tough. Surround yourself with the information, inspiration and people who are sharing their strategies for a world transformed by crisis.

1.Understand
Benefit from expert FT curation and moderation; getting to the heart of the issues facing businesses across the globe.

2.Connect
Participate in the conversation by joining our event community and networking with like-minded professionals facing similar challenges.

3.Learn
Hear from high-profile business leaders, not often featured at other forums, on their lessons learned from managing through the crisis.

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About the author

Alison is the Digital Content Editor for WeAreTheCity. She has a BA Honours degree in Journalism and History from the University of Portsmouth. She has previously worked in the marketing sector and in a copywriting role. Alison’s other passions and hobbies include writing, blogging and travelling.

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