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The future of work is now. Are you curious about how to be a step ahead in the game as a tech leader?

In fact, there is no universally accepted understanding of what the future of work will be like. As a concept the future of work describes the shifts in the way people will work over the next decade, influenced by technological, social, and generational changes. 

Times, technologies, and demographics are changing so fast, that the predictions made today, may already be obsolete tomorrow. 

Then what impact do these dynamics have on the business models of modern organizations? How do remote working, online collaboration, and digital transformation transform the workforce? What does the future workplace look like today? And what will be the employment opportunities 10 years from now? 

Globally, around 40% of the working population is worried about artificial intelligence putting their jobs at risk in the future. While almost 80% are ready to learn new skills or re-train to remain relevant in the future workforce. 

In Europe, disparities between clusters are widening and 48 hubs generate more than one-third of the job growth in the continent. Among them are the cities of Amsterdam, Copenhagen, and London. While Eastern Europe is a region with a declining workforce and comparatively lower educational attainment. 

Will the future of work be truly remote is definitely one of the questions we want to answer
“Will the future of work be truly remote?: is definitely one of the questions we want to answer

So why do we write about the future of work? 

To help SEE companies reverse the trend and become one of the dynamic hubs in Europe. The region is already considered an emerging talent hub, and with the right tools and mindset, it can be a step ahead in the future of work game. 

We want to present the insights, expert opinions, and actionable advice that companies and talent need to adopt an agile mindset, build a strong company culture, and set themselves up for success in any future of work scenario.

From agile transformation and remote-first company culture to leadership styles of the future and future work models, our goal is to dive deep into all of the key Future of Work topics. These also include remote collaboration, startup company culture, approaches for attracting and retaining talent, and work automation

With Global Tech Leaders such as UiPath, Southeast Europe is already well positioned to become a work automation hub
With global tech leaders such as UiPath, Southeast Europe is already well-positioned to become a work automation hub

FAQ

Who are the authors in the Future of work channel?

The Recursive authors who are focused on the Future of Work topic – Elena Vrabie and Bojan Stojkovski, constantly talk with regional experts in human resources and organizational psychology, as well as with workers of remote-first companies to present the most accurate picture of the current state of future of work in SEE.

What materials are written most often?

Find out more success stories of companies that are building future of work solutions or which are excelling at building future of work organizational models. Meet the faces behind companies such as DRUID AI, Robotiq.ai, Motion Software, and LucidLink

Can I subscribe to updates from the Future of Work channel?

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