Jobs of Tomorrow: Large Language Models and Jobs – A Business Toolkit | The World Economic Forum

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This new 17-page white paper is a continuation of the World Economic Forum’s September 2023 report, Jobs of Tomorrow: Large Language Models and Jobs. The September report shared insights into AI’s direct impact on various jobs and work tasks using a four-component framework: 1) High potential for automation: Going forward, the task will be performed by AI, not …

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Future Workplace Index 2023 Report | Ernst & Young

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Ernst & Young (EY) just released its third annual Future Workplace Index, which tracks C-suite and executive sentiment and behavioral data around the workplace of the future. One of the topics covered in this 23-page slide deck is remote and hybrid work: 88% of surveyed companies report that they require or encourage 3+ days a week back …

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Generative AI and the Future of Work | Deloitte AI Institute

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This report by the Deloitte AI Institute provides a comprehensive review of the impact of GenAI on the future of work. While there are various insights in this 43-page report, the section beginning on page 20 delves into fundamental distinctions between ‘work,’ ‘jobs,’ ‘tasks,’ and ‘skills’ and the interplay between each in the context of GenAI. Work represents …

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2024 Talent, Workplace, and HR Priorities and Trends: Working Draft of Multiple Sources

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Every year around this time, I create a one-page cheat sheet consolidating talent and workforce trends reported by various sources for the upcoming year. While some practitioners may not find value in reports on trends and priorities, I find them helpful for gaining insights into external perspectives on prevalent talent and workplace topics. To assist …

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2023 – 2024 Inside Employees’ Minds Study | Mercer

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This 34-page report shares insights from a study conducted in Q3 2023 of 4,505 full-time employees in the United States working for organizations with more than 250 employees, spanning 1,300 employers. It provides insights into employee sentiments regarding various aspects of their employment and workplace. A few insights include: Intention to Stay. The number of employees who are …

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Future of Work Report: AI at Work | LinkedIn Economic Graph

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Did you miss Issue 210 (11/26) of the Talent Edge Weekly Newsletter? If so, check it out here! LinkedIn Economic Graph just published its second quarterly AI at Work report, a follow-up to its initial release in August 2023. Drawing data from over one billion professionals and 67 million organizations within LinkedIn’s platform, this 35-page report explores …

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Indeed’s 2024 US Jobs & Hiring Trends Report: Reasons for Cautious Optimism | Economic Research by Indeed

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As organizations fine-tune their 2024 hiring strategies, Indeed’s Hiring Lab’s latest report provides valuable insights to shape these plans. The report delves into five key trends, including the decrease in job postings, stabilization of wage growth, potential impacts of an aging population on labor force participation, and a noticeable upswing in AI-related job listings. Regarding job postings, the Indeed Job …

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Glassdoor’s 2024 Workplace Trends | Glassdoor Economic Research

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In its new 2024 Workforce Trends report, Glassdoor highlights eight anticipated workplace trends for the upcoming year, spanning various topics such as shifts in generational demographics, the ongoing transition back to in-person office settings, wage growth and benefits, the impact of layoffs on morale, the changing role of middle managers, and the influence of generative AI. Two insights include: 1) …

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Is AI the Answer to Employee Mental Health and Well-Being Challenges? | The Conference Board

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The 10-page paper by The Conference Board explores the intersection of employee well-being and AI in the workplace. The paper begins by referencing surveys highlighting how respondents feel that their well-being has been negatively impacted by factors such as increased work hours, heavy workloads, prolonged meetings, and work-life balance challenges. Despite organizations offering emotional well-being programs, only slightly …

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Return-To-Office Mandates Will Just Keep Getting Harsher as Bosses Stick to ‘Management by Walking Around’ | Fortune

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Organizational leaders can make more informed decisions about remote and hybrid work when they leverage research and studies on the topic. This article points to two studies that explored how managers perceive the productivity and performance of remote and hybrid workers. The studies, involving Nick Bloom, a Professor of Economics at Stanford University who has been researching work from …

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