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2021 edition: toward 2030 together
One of the pandemic’s biggest impacts has been on jobs and the future of work. Now it’s more important to create jobs through sustainable labor market policies and practices. The 2021 edition examines how private-public partnerships are accelerating programs to drive job creation and fulfillment of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
In today’s fiercely competitive job market, a consistent employer branding approach is crucial in attracting and retaining the right talent.
The world of work is evolving by the minute. Read the insights in the flexibility@work 2021 edition.
The Workmonitor survey covers local and global trends in mobility, job satisfaction and motivation in 34 countries around the globe, and is published twice a year. The latest edition finds more job optimism and role for business in vaccination rollout. The majority of workers want to go back to the workplace.
future of work, an agenda.
As part of the flexibility@work series, our 2019 publication “Future of Work, an Agenda” shows there will be no shortage of jobs in the future of work, but work will change fundamentally.
sustainable growth in the age of cities.
As part of the flexibility@work series, our 2018 publication “Sustainable growth in the age of cities” explores why historically some cities have been doing better than others and what will make cities competitive in the future.
global mobility& labor migration.
The research, conducted by the IZA Institute for the Study of Labor in Bonn, shows that labor migration is important in resolving future labor shortages through which a contribution is made to economic growth and employment.
future of work in the digital age.
The research reveals the labor market is in the midst of drastic changes. To understand this transition, the researchers assessed two related phenomena: deindustrialization and job polarization.