Log In - New York Times. I am an Uber survivor. – Amy Vertino – Medium. No Job Is Safe, But These Skills Will Always Be Valued in the Workplace. From time to time, the Singularity Hub editorial team unearths a gem from the archives and wants to share it all over again.
It's usually a piece that was popular back then and we think is still relevant now. This is one of those articles. It was originally published November 19th, 2015. Ubs-bank-virtual-desktops-london.amp. Photo LONDON — A desk is like a home away from home for many in the working world.
Family photos, trinkets from a vacation, an extra pair of shoes or spare chopsticks are just some of the things routinely left lying around in what has become personal space. But that comes at a price for companies, particularly in cities like London or New York, where the cost of real estate is at a premium, and at a time when workers are more mobile than ever. In its newly opened building in central London, the Swiss banking giant UBS is looking to change the way employees view their relationship with their work spaces. Cinq secrets révélés par la DRH de Deezer. 1/ Offrir une expérience, pas un travail et encore moins un poste Célia Dörr, vice-présidente Ressources humaines de Deezer, explique : "L'entreprise compte à 95 % des cadres très qualifiés, qui se font chasser tous les jours ou presque.
Ce sont des profils qui nous rejoignent pour vivre une aventure avant tout. Cela a une conséquence : pour eux, elle a une fin. " Petit lexique autour du bonheur au travail. Forbes Welcome. Le manifeste des Tiers Lieux. Le manifeste des Tiers-Lieux est un ouvrage collectif qui vise à améliorer la compréhension de la dynamique des Tiers-Lieux de manière à diffuser ses valeurs et à démultiplier son impact sur la société.
Toutes les informations autour de ce manifeste sont disponible dans l'onglet discussion de cette page. "Un Tiers Lieux ne se définit pas par ce que l'on en dit mais par ce que l'on en fait... " - #TourTT. Self Defined Self Management: How Our Startup Is Figuring It Out Together – Open. When I got my first job, it never occurred to me that there was more than one way to work.
You went to an office, followed directions from a boss for 8-ish hours, and then went home. The Importance of Being Dirty: Lessons from Mike Rowe. Photo credit: Michael Segal “Just because you love something doesn’t mean you can’t suck at it.” – Mike Rowe Mike Rowe (@mikeroweworks) is perhaps the best storyteller and pitchman I’ve ever had on the show.
Mike Rowe: Learning from dirty jobs. MANAGEMENT & COWORKING. Slack, l’application qui veut remplacer les e-mails dans les entreprises. Quarante-cinq ans après leur création, les e-mails n’ont plus vraiment la cote.
Dans la Silicon Valley, la start-up Slack tire profit de ce désamour. The future of work: five trends set to change the working demographic (24.32) Quand je serai grand, je serai freelance L'"Uberisation" de l'économie est sans doute le terme le plus en vogue du moment.
L'essor de l'économie collaborative, couplée aux opportunités offertes par le digital, a transformé notre rapport aux services. De façon plus globale, c'est l'écosystème économique et notre approche du travail qui est en train de changer. Se reconvertir, slasher, co-worker: les bons plans pour travailler autrement (et ailleurs) Le modèle du travail est en train de se transformer complètement.
These Will Be The Top Jobs In 2025 (And The Skills You'll Need To Get Them) Two-thirds of Americans believe that, in 50 years, robots and computers will do much of the work humans now do.
The World Economic Forum’s 2016 report, The Future of Jobs, estimates that 5 million jobs will be lost to automation by 2020 and that the number will keep growing. Jobs that once seemed like "safe bets"—office workers and administrative personnel, manufacturing, and even law—will be hit hardest, the report estimates. "There are some overarching shifts poised to change the nature of work itself over the next decade," says Devin Fidler, research director at Institute for the Future, a nonprofit research center focused on long-term forecasting. Three Ways Google Predicts Your Smartphone Will Change The Future Of Work.
When people imagine machine learning, they tend to think about talking cars or humanoid robots—the stuff of sci-fi fantasy, or else dystopian fiction. But machine learning is neither, and it's already changing what computers can do. In the near future anyway, it's going to transform the way we work—starting with that smartphone in your pocket. Meet Your New Personal Assistant Programs that can learn how to accomplish tasks are already at play in the workplace, where they're taking on an ever greater share of our most energy-sapping, mundane chores so we humans have more time for the important stuff. Work. Workplace innovation. MANAGEMENT & COWORKING. Changer le travail : Enquête collaborative. The Future of Jobs. New Release! 10 Strategies for a Workable Future. Ten strategies outlined as an agenda for immediate action for policy makers, platform developers, labor and educational organizations An urgent public dialogue is unfolding about the state of the US workforce and its prospects for the next decade as a result of changing labor dynamics, growth of on-demand workers, and erosion of middle class wages and access to benefits.
RSA Animate - Re-Imagining Work. The New Rules of Work. The Highest-Paying Jobs Of The Future Will Eat Your Life. For a glimpse of the future of work, especially the high-paying kind, look at finance and high-tech companies. Some of the biggest offer high employee salaries combined with lavish perks like free meals at work, luxury shuttle buses for commuters, and extras such as dry cleaning picked up and dropped off at people’s desks.
This might look like the fruits of corporate beneficence. In fact, alongside email and other digital technologies, perks like these aim to maximize efficiency and working time, enabling employees to work as many hours as possible without needing to take time off to travel outside for food or errands. World's Coolest Offices 2015. The Future of the Workplace. The Future at Work — Trends and Implications - RAND Research. What does the future hold for work in the 21st century?
In a new study for the U.S. Department of Labor, RAND researchers Lynn Karoly and Constantijn Panis seek to answer this question. In particular, they examine how three major trends that will shape the future at work in this century — shifting demographic patterns, the pace of technological change, and the path of economic globalization — will evolve over the next 10-15 years. Then, they consider the implications of these trends for key aspects of the future workforce and workplace, including the size, composition, and skills of the workforce; the nature of work and workplace arrangements; and worker compensation.
Their assessment of these underlying structural forces is based on relevant data and research and is intended to help all stakeholders — workers, employers, educators, and policymakers — make informed decisions. Trends and Challenges for Work in the 21st Century - U.S. DOL. McKinsey - Help Wanted: Future of Work - full report. 5 trends driving the future of work. As the year draws to a close, you may be assessing your career plans against the backdrop of holiday hoopla and the uncertain employment climate. To get a leg up, grab an eggnog and read on to learn about trends that could change how you'll be making a living in the years to come: Trend 1: Independent consulting to see hockey-stick growth curve According to a new study from MBO Partners, a company offering services to independent consultants, by 2013, the number of independent workers in America is expected to grow from 16 million to more than 20 million.
By 2020, that figure could climb to include more than half of U.S. workers, leading to a new independent majority comprised of freelancers, consultants and other independent workers. Blame the economic turmoil or a change in values, but more people are demanding greater self-reliance, control and satisfaction in their professional lives. Other key findings from the study: Film "L'entreprise Libérée" - Production EIKOS. Mom 21 : l’équipe. MOM 21, Mouvement pour l’Organisation et le Management du XXIe siècle a été initié en 2011 par une petite équipe de professionnels convaincus de l’efficacité des organisations et du management basés sur la confiance et l’autonomie au vu de la réussite des entreprises qui ont adopté ces approches. MOM21 s’est constitué en association en début d’année 2013 et a élargi son équipe pour la rendre pluridisciplinaire : chefs d’entreprise, consultants, formateurs, sociologues, psychologues du travail… et d’autres nous rejoignent progressivement.
L’association se veut un lieu d’échanges et de bouillonnement d’idées autour de la confiance et de l’autonomie. Chacun doit y trouver sa place et contribue selon ses souhaits à la vie de l’association et au développement de projets sous forme de Cercles auxquels l’association s’efforce d’apporter les ressources dont ils ont besoin. Film "L'entreprise Libérée" - Production EIKOS. Youtube. Une entreprise libérée, c'est quoi ? The Share the Scrapes Economy. Future Work. Tours of Duty: The New Employer-Employee Compact. For most of the 20th century, the compact between employers and employees in the developed world was all about stability.
Jobs at big corporations were secure: As long as the company did OK financially and the employee did his or her job, that job wouldn’t go away. And in the white-collar world, careers progressed along an escalator of sorts, offering predictable advancement to employees who followed the rules. Cartographie des professions du digital : les métiers émergents, dominants et résiduels.
Durant les Microsoft TechDays, de nombreux sujets liés au numérique ont été abordés. Une étude sur « les métiers et les compétences de la transition numérique dans le secteur du marketing et de la communication » nous intéresse tout particulièrement, puisqu’elle analyse l’évolution des professions du digital. Et si on réinventait le travail ? Les emplois précaires, une malédiction ? Le CDI, la panacée ? Des modèles alternatifs refusent le dilemme. CBT Architects – Projects – The Bridgespan Group. Boston, MA 28,000 Workplace Interiors The Bridgespan Group was at a crossroads in their corporate office and had the opportunity to move to a new 28,000 sf, one floor location.
They embraced this change and used it to really design and shape their new workplace to their specific culture and the way they work. Every employee was involved in the decision making process; everyone’s voice was heard when it came to what they were looking for in the design of a new office. CBT helped organized a three day visioning session where different groups were set up to focus on different areas of the office. Les bordéliques ont tout compris. Fall 2012 CLO Symposium: Gary Vaynerchuk, The Thank You Economy. Voyage vers l’harmocratie ou comment manager la génération Z? Future Work Skills 2020. What Is The Best Country In The World To Work? If you were to make a list of all the things you consider when taking a job, what would be on there? Would you include maternity leave policies, amount of vacation days, or average pay rates? Every person is different when it comes to what they value in a job, so there really is no definitive way to say what is the best work environment.
Instead, we’ve culled together some of the most important statistics from countries around the world. Most of the statistics come from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which has compared well-being factors like income and employment rates to work-life balance and safety across several different countries. 7 Ways to Include Employees Who Work From Home. The 5 Must-Have Qualities Of The Modern Employee. Business survival for leaders of the Working Dead! On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs. Ever had the feeling that your job might be made up? Labour markets: On "bullshit jobs"