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Five ways work will change in the future
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How to Find Fulfilling Work: Roman Krznaric

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The changing nature of work - What impact are new design practices and changing technology having on not just the physical office but also on the way we think about work itself? via @RNfuturetense

The contingent workforce and the growth of digital taylorism - The size of the so-called “contingent” workforce is on an upward trajectory. We explore what’s driving the trend and what it means for employees. And is a digital form of “taylorism” also on the rise?

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El problema es que nos educaron para buscar trabajo, no para generar.
The problem is that we are educated to look for work, not to create employment.
- Misael Gachuipin

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