In The Changing Face of the Workplace, the editors of Fast Company examine how work and the workplace will be forever changed by the pandemic. Through engaging interviews with business thought leaders, CEOs, technologists, workplace experts, and human behavior researchers, listeners learn how societal and demographic shifts - and the evolving relationship between companies and employees - are shaping the workforce. Among other key issues, the audiobook also explores how even the most progressive employers must fight to ensure that the changes wrought by COVID-19 don’t disenfranchise workers.
In a future workplace where many coworkers use hybrid work setups, or operate entirely remotely, how do companies collaborate or recreate the kind of serendipity that has led to so much ingenuity? What shape will these critical gatherings take in the future? How do leaders ensure that the future of work - with its patchwork of in-person and remote options and its push to deeper automation of entry-level tasks - fosters an inclusive, collaborative, and even thriving environment?
The Changing Face of the Workplace addresses these questions and more as the editors of Fast Company explore what the workplace of tomorrow will look like - and how leaders in innovation, productivity, and creativity see the road map ahead.
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