There will jobs but they will be innovation-driven, says expert
In order for businesses to gain a competitive edge and win the battle for top talent, they need to recognise and explore new cultures in the world of work.
Speaking to Eusebius McKaiser, Transcend Talent Management MD Zanele Luvuno says new technologies that came into force in 2019 have had a significant impact on organisations.
She says employees are demanding more flexibility and flexible workspaces.
Human beings get tired and the workplace is starting to take that into consideration.Zanele Luvuno, MD - Transcend Talent Management
Luvuno says the fourth industrial revolution will not take people's jobs.
I don't think there will be no jobs, I think there will be different types of jobs that will arise and a lot of it will be innovation-driven.Zanele Luvuno, MD - Transcend Talent Management
What we have found is that in larger corporate environments exco know change needs to happen.Zanele Luvuno, MD - Transcend Talent Management
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