Digitalisation and automation are fundamentally changing the way people work and workforces that blend technology and talent could be the answer to Australia’s job market concerns, according to a new report.
Over 400 global business leaders and senior officials from 36 countries have converged on Sydney for the 2019 World Forum for Foreign Direct Investment which opened on Monday.
Australia’s Gen Zers — or those born between 1996 and 2012 — want to be part of an organisation that has automated processes and strong technology in place, or they will not stay for long, according to a newly released workplace study.
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