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Concerns have been raised that for some, the enforced home alone working imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic regrettably had a negative impact on their wellbeing.
It’s only been a couple of years but there has been undeniable change in patterns of work across multiple sectors caused by the COVID pandemic.
Has COVID 19 increased our acceptance of the role of ’Artificial Intelligence’ in the office workplace?
Has our enforced working from home experience finally changed our expectations of what ‘going to work’ in the future will look like and has our attitude towards advanced technologies changed as a consequence?
Our predictions for 2022 focus on asking five questions of our policy makers, investors, institutions, organisations and leadership bodies.
2020 may well be viewed as a watershed moment in working world history not just because of the dramatic embracing of hybrid working, but because the lockdown experience challenged so many established assumptions about what it is to live and work in this modern world.
Everyone can and should be thinking hard about their future workplace needs and adjusting their plans accordingly.
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