More diverse offices, a new form of collaboration between people and technology, flexibility to work and live well simultaneously and the much desired four-day week. These are changes that are already appearing and gaining ground in public and private discussions — and filling our sections here in the WIN World Newsroom.
Forbes magazine listened to experts and compiled a list of trends expected to influence how we work in 2023 and beyond. We couldn’t agree more. What about you?
“The old concept of career linearity has changed with digital acceleration. With this idea, even the presentation of the resume has changed – and employers value narratives in the presentation, with experiences, purpose, successes and failures.”
“Benefits will be key to attracting talent – and flexible work, whether in terms of place or hours, is at the top of them, surveys indicate. Employees also tend to value health care, whether physical or mental.”
“Workplaces in 2023 will be more diverse than ever in terms of age. A survey conducted by consultancy Ernst & Young with the Maturi platform showed that the group over 50 years old already represents 26% of the population. The forecast is that by 2040, 57% of the workforce in the country will be over 45.”