A detailed study of how technology is impacting businesses and the workforce, based on a global survey of 4000 executives and in-depth interviews to explore the impact on ten industries, carried out in mid-2020, with businesses adapting to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Digitalisation, technology, and Covid-19 are shaping the workplace of tomorrow. It is essential to comprehend how those events are revolutionising the way we work.
As we are all facing tremendous disruptions due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and the growth in digitalisation, understanding what the future of work will look like is now more important than ever. Our thought leadership team is here to help you gain insight on how to adapt your business strategy and workplace requirements accordingly. Learn about the impact of technology, automation and Covid-19 on the labour market and what it means for you.
We conduct extensive quantitative market research surveys, interrogating all the main stakeholders of the labour force including C-suite executives, management, and employees. Our dedicated team provides you with evidence-based research reports that include actionable advice to help you with your decision-making process.
Examples of our work in the workforce sector include:
Oxford Economics and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) partnered with SAP SuccessFactors to understand the emerging realities facing employers and employees—and the next steps for leaders in 2021 and beyond.
This research project, commissioned jointly by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Organisation of Employers (IOE), focused on the impact of major workforce trends on companies around the world, including many developing countries.
This research project, in conjunction with Cognizant, charts the accelerated changes in blue-collar work and how workforce strategies should adapt to the structural changes. Our study focused on five traditional blue-collar industries in Western Europe and four occupational types.