A new report for the Future of Work Hub: “Eight drivers of change – the future of work” (By James Davies, Lewis Silkin LLP)
22 November 2021
The last few years have marked a unique period of turbulence and uncertainty. The landscape of the world of work is changing as the world adjusts to the lasting effects of the pandemic alongside longer-term, large-scale drivers of change.
In such a period of rapid and dramatic change, it is more important than ever to keep a weather eye on the longer perspective to ensure that business models and strategies are developed to survive and thrive in an increasingly complex and fast-paced world.
Lewis Silkin Partner James Davies has written a report for the Future of Work Hub ‘Eight drivers of change – the future of work’. The report considers:
- the drivers of change that are collectively propelling change in the world of work at an unprecedented rate
- the themes emerging from the drivers which are characterising the evolving world of work
- predictions for the years ahead.
Throughout, the report identifies actions and considerations for employers, government and policymakers.
The Future of Work Hub is a resource that supports organisations in their horizon-scanning - enabling them to see ahead, identify and anticipate future opportunities and challenges and evaluate how best to respond. The Hub website brings together leading resources on the drivers shaping the world of work and regularly produces and curates original content from a broad range of stakeholders on how organisations can respond and adapt. The Hub also acts as a forum to generate and inform debate through conversations with leading experts, innovative thinkers and peer-to-peer insight sharing.