How automation will drive the human-centric workplace

The new workplace model is characterised by hybrid work and the anytime, anywhere workforce. When organisations had to quickly move workers from offices to home to contain the pandemic that changed the world in 2020, they gained new insights into the human aspect of work and how this can be applied to optimise efficiencies.

Over the next decade, uncertainty will be a continuing theme of doing business, so
executives need to adapt to an ever-changing economic landscape while managing employee expectations. Those who take a more holistic and lateral approach to doing business in the new world of work are likely to achieve greater success with improving business agility, retaining top talent, effectively managing spend, and identifying new opportunities for innovation and capital investment.

There are three key challenges that enterprises face in the new normal. These are: economic challenges; legislative change; and sustainability requirements. Read the whitepaper to learn more.