HR departments everywhere are dealing with the fourth industrial revolution

A new study carried out in partnership with Mondial de Davos, Willis Towers Watson, Unilever, and Saudi Aramco, has revealed strategic avenues in the future of talent management. A new study dedicated to HR decision-makers and professionals looks at the future management of talent as the fourth industrial revolution approaches. The study - "HR 4.0: Shaping People Strategies in the Fourth Industrial Revolution" - is based on a series of consultations with HR managers and selected experts to identify the new challenges ahead for the world of work and how to meet them. According to the study, the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) blurs the boundaries between people and technology, merging the physical, digital and biological worlds. The impact of these changes on the way people work and the way businesses generate value will spread to all industries, economies and societies and will redefine the future of work. The study also indicates that companies and governments must adapt to these changes and support employees. The future will see many people flourish professionally - provided that it is well-managed.

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