Jarrod McGrath
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People, processes and technology mindset needed for workforce of the future

You could be forgiven for thinking the workforce of the future has very little to do with us, the people who – at least for now – work.Constant talk and fears of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) paint a picture of a dystopian future where jobs are scarce and completely at risk once machines’ intelligence can catch up and perform the role in a similar or better fashion.A recent poll from Unions NSW revealed more than 80 per cent of respondents feared robots would soon replace much of…See More
Feb 11
Jarrod McGrath posted a blog post

People, processes and technology mindset needed for workforce of the future

You could be forgiven for thinking the workforce of the future has very little to do with us, the people who – at least for now – work.Constant talk and fears of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) paint a picture of a dystopian future where jobs are scarce and completely at risk once machines’ intelligence can catch up and perform the role in a similar or better fashion.A recent poll from Unions NSW revealed more than 80 per cent of respondents feared robots would soon replace much of…See More
Feb 10
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Dec 17, 2019

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What would you like to share about yourself?
I have been been responsible for, and successfully delivered, hundreds of HR and workforce management programs to clients across a multitude of industries including retail, health, construction, manufacturing, hospitality, service and government.
Company website/blog
http://https://www.smartwfm.com/
Personal blog
http://https://www.linkedin.com/in/jarrodmcgrath/detail/recent-acti...
How many employees in your company?
1-49

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People, processes and technology mindset needed for workforce of the future

Posted on February 10, 2020 at 10:33 0 Comments

You could be forgiven for thinking the workforce of the future has very little to do with us, the people who – at least for now – work.

Constant talk and fears of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) paint a picture of a dystopian future where jobs are scarce and completely at risk once machines’ intelligence can catch up and perform the role in a similar or better fashion.

A recent poll from Unions NSW revealed more than 80 per cent of respondents feared robots would…

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