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Technology will make for seamless working, but employees’ privacy will suffer
Futurologists present their vision of the workplace and how to succeed in it
Employers have to beware of biases and aim for life-long training
Wearable tech will measure workers’ true productivity, supercharging capitalism
Futurists predict high demand for so-called ‘soft skills’. So why are there fears gender inequality could get worse?
Technology’s threat to jobs fuels populist anger. But lack of labour mobility could be a bigger problem
The truth is that robots are coming — but that is not to say we lack all agency
Researchers say people who swear can seem more honest, credible and persuasive
Ecommerce giant will train staff affected by growing automation
A reflective approach to decision-making is a valuable skill — and making a comeback
Technological change driving ‘creative destruction’ in jobs market, says OECD
Pushing employees to work more than 40 hours a week does little to improve performance
Report lays out four potential scenarios for how the UK economy might develop by 2035
Adult training tends to be taken up only by those already well-educated. This must change
A more radical reshaping of the way we run our societies may be required
Shared office provider secures additional funding at a $42bn valuation
Veteran MP among the speakers at FT Women at the Top conference
Employers should change their practices to attract the best talent
Daniel Kalt’s avatar will extend the bank’s services — but can it talk about Brexit?
Businesses crunch data to gain power; workers should bend it to their own ambitions
A machine held its own in an argument. What else could it achieve?
Experts believe workers’ ability to adapt is crucial to their survival in the tech age
Central bank unnerved by weak wages growth as gig economy expands