The UK workforce is set to experience a raft of changes in forthcoming years, many of which will see fundamental shifts in demand for certain skills. Research from McKinsey shows that increasing adoption of emerging technology in the workplace will lead to up to 10 million people needing to transition between occupations or skills by 2030.
Faethm's latest research report “State of the UK Workforce 2021 Report” shows significant changes are already on the horizon for the coming year, let alone 2030. With insights showing that 4.8% of the UK workforce could be automated next year, with Retail being the industry that is unsurprisingly hit the hardest, the future of work is most definitely now. We need to see the opportunity within this change and take the time to mitigate risks with effective, data driven planning.
Join us for an interactive webinar, with guest host Katherine Holden, Head of Data Analytics, AI and Digital ID, techUK, and hear our expert speakers discuss the challenges they’re facing and their views on the state of the UK workforce in 2021.
JC Townend- Chief Executive Officer, LHH
JC Townend is Chief Executive Officer for the UK and Ireland of LHH, the UK’s leading integrated talent development and career outplacement provider. She oversees consulting and projects with more than 1000 of the world’s largest companies annually, helping them transform their workforces to be future-ready.
John Rogers- GM, Global Partner Network, Faethm
John has recently been appointed General Manager, Global Partner Network for Faethm responsible for the growth, scale, and management of strategic partnerships. His 25-year career in the IT industry has spanned start-ups to global enterprises across Europe, Australasia, and the Americas in both the software and consulting space.
Nan Craig- Client Onboarding Data Analyst, Faethm
Nan is a writer, researcher and data analyst with Faethm, the world’s data source for the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Future of Work. Previously she was programme director at the Centre for Global Studies, researching the future of work and how technology impacts societies. She co-edited with Lord Robert Skidelsky, Work in the Future: The Automation Revolution, a collection of essays on the future of work.