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  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Workplace Culture
  • Language:English
  • Pages:182
  • eBook ISBN:9781667884622
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667884615

Working It Out

Getting Ready for the Redefined World of Work

by Linda Nazareth

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Overview
In Working it Out: How to Be Ready for the Redefined Future of Work, economist Linda Nazareth draws on her decades of analyzing the labour market to articulate the issues changing how we work and then sketch out the future that lies ahead of us. From looking at how offices might change to noting that workers already have shifted their values, she looks at the issues that will shape work and with an eye to helping her readers stay ahead of the changes.
Description
It is a watershed moment, a time when everything is on the table and we can choose our own destiny. In the wake of a pandemic that showed us that work can be done a lot more places than in an office, individuals and organizations are making decisions that will shape the future of work for decades to come. It is not just about where we work, however. On a planet that is experiencing a climate emergency with an aging population and robots that are getting smarter by the minute, everything is in flux. Everything needs to be reimagined to accommodate the changes, and that includes work. In Working it Out: How to Be Ready for the Redefined Future of Work, economist Linda Nazareth draws on her decades of analyzing the labour market to articulate the issues changing how we work and then sketch out the future that lies ahead of us. From looking at how offices might change to noting that workers already have shifted their values, she looks at the issues that will shape work and with an eye to helping her readers stay ahead of the changes.
About the author
Linda Nazareth is an economist, futurist and keynote speaker. She is the author of four previous books including Work is Not a Place, and is also a regular columnist for the Globe and Mail and CBC Metro Morning and the host of podcast 'Work and the Future'. Learn more about her or book her as a speaker at www.relentlesseconomics.com.
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