October 9th 2018

The Future of Jobs, Work and Working

Businesses today operate in a constantly evolving geopolitical, economic, and social landscape. At the same time, the changing demographics of the workforce and rapid advances in technology are radically altering the future of work. What will future jobs look like, and how can organisations anticipate, source, and deploy the skills and talent they will require to meet tomorrow’s strategic needs?

Find out more about the upcoming CRF European masterclass on 29th and 30th October that will explore these questions.

Please note that only a few places remain available at this event, so we encourage you to register as soon as possible to secure your place.

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