Cool underground tunnel with nice vanishing point and neon lights.
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It’s the end of the work as we know it, and I feel fine

Joe Kornik, Director of Brand Publishing Editor-in-Chief of VISION by Protiviti

What is the future of work? It’s a simple question with complex answers.

The pandemic has had a profound impact on work, workforces, and workplaces, transforming them in unprecedented ways. Over the last two years, no aspect of business has been immune to the disruption and chaos it’s caused around the globe. Work was already in a state of change before the pandemic, but the pace of change accelerated greatly as offices closed, entire industries were upended, and many workers were forced to try to make work work from home.

We did, for the most part, pretty well. We rapidly adopted collaboration tools and technologies … and found backgrounds in our homes we were OK sharing with the rest of the working world. Now we find ourselves, hopefully, nearing the end. Or rather the beginning. Same as it ever was? Hardly.

In this Future of Work topicVISION by Protiviti explores how we’ll work over the next decade and beyond. We bring together global perspectives from experts to examine how, where, when and even why we’ll work in the future.

We examine the topic from many angles: technology, culture and collaboration, talent and workforce, DEI, jobs, and the office of the future. Each of those areas, of course, requires a deeper dive into more nuanced areas. And we do so. We’re launching with 10 insights and will unveil three new ones each week through the end of April. We’ll also have two webinars featuring some of the experts we’ve tapped to help us tackle this topic.

For more about why I am hopeful about the future of work, read my full article on VISION by Protiviti.

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