- Companies like Cisco are reimagining the future of work due to the move towards a more remote workforce during the coronavirus pandemic.
- By 2025 more employees will work on a hybrid work schedule, AI and machine learning will transform hiring, and innovation teams will be more global.
- A recent McKinsey & Co. global survey shows a corporate push towards automation; the shift to remote work or hybrid remote workforces; an increase in the use of freelancers, and growing reliance on artificial intelligence and machine learning tools to manage the workforce and other key functions. Read more via CNBC
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