Just like the world at large, the world of work shifts and changes over time — something that has never been more prescient than since the global COVID pandemic.
For business and individuals to thrive, it’s critical for leaders and their HR professionals to understand what the future of work might look like for people and the organisations where they work. Whether in an SME, a start-up or a multi-national business, HR professionals are key change-makers within any organisation.
Having a perspective on how workforces and workplaces can prepare for inevitable changes, will enable HR leaders and their teams to cultivate success.
ITN Business will showcase how HR professionals can stay ahead of the curve and adapt to the latest developments across the employment field, in ‘The Future of Work: People, Culture and Tech’. Launching June 2024
The news-style digital programme will be presented by Duncan Golestani, and is the second in the series, as we develop better understanding of the evolving workplace landscape.
ITN Business will partner with the CIPD and the ScaleUp Institute to explore:
- How people policies can adapt to innovative tech
- How workplace safety laws are adapting to account for a dispersed and hybrid workforce
- What is required to build a positive, inclusive company culture
- The role learning and development programmmes can play in setting organisations up for success
Launching June 2024, ‘The Future of Work: People, Culture and Tech’ will be hosted on the ITN Business hub and will launch with a comprehensive digital marketing campaign in partnership with The Economist and the HR Director.
There are commercial opportunities for leading organisations to be featured in the programme and spearhead their own news item. If your organisation wants to share what you stand for and be part of this important conversation, please contact ITN Business’ Programming Directors Charlotte Lenman or James Salver.