The future of work

Preparing for tomorrow's skills

The ways of working change dramatically. New technologies are changing products and services, expectations and organisations. digitalisation and automation lead to different activities and take over human activities. As a result, organisations are looking for new skills among their employees. The people in organizations in turn demand more flexibility, a different work-life balance, meaningful activities and enough learning opportunities. Is your organisation agile enough to respond to rapidly changing competencies? And how do you facilitate employees in lifelong learning?

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Waiting is not an option

The future of work will be different, but how exactly, nobody knows. Still, waiting is not an option. After all, the pace of change is often faster than the speed of reaction. Maybe your organization needs little to keep up, maybe it's time to radically change course. We are happy to help you with the analysis and support you with the implementation of the outcomes.

New World, New Skills

Everyone must be able to live, learn, work and participate in the digital world, what do people really think about the impact of technology on jobs.

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People and organisation

In an international world, employees are becoming increasingly valuable in making a real difference.

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Bas van de Pas

Partner, PwC Netherlands

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Bastiaan Starink

Partner, PwC Netherlands

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Jan Willem Velthuijsen

Chief Economist, PwC Netherlands

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