In this context, it is only intelligent and strategic for any country, especially developing economies, to start laying down foundations on how they will work in the coming future. We take a look at Tanzania.
The WEF argues that new technologies, demographic shifts, and the impact of COVID-19 on the labour market have been radically transforming how organizations conduct business and the type of skills their human capital needs to support them thrive in this new era of work.
“Nearly 50 per cent of companies expected that by 2020, automation will lead to some reduction in their full-time workforce, while more than half of all employees will require significant re-skilling and upskilling,” notes WEF.
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