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Adobe: The future of work

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) today released new findings revealing that a surprising 70 percent of U.S. office workers report loving their jobs, and access to cutting-edge technology is the top contributor to their overall satisfaction, above perks like food and slick office design. 840 more words

Designing Service

Follow the Leaders!

Not so long ago, emergence of personal computers has made new demands to professional skills of workers, and those who hasn’t mastered new equipment, has been literally swept away from the market of jobs. 455 more words


The Long Game: Reflections on OuiShare Fest 2016

I’m just back from this year’s OuiShare Fest, the annual gathering focused on social and economic innovations that are collaborative, decentralized, and open-source. This year’s theme was After the Gold Rush, reflecting the post-euphoric, sobered-up state many of us found ourselves in, as the reality of exploitative business-as-usual stomped on our idealistic Sharing Economy. 1,671 more words

Sharing Economy

Half of French men are "not interested" in taking their full paternity leave

More than half of countries in the OECD, a group of mostly rich nations, offer fathers paid paternity leave. Paid parental leave, which can be shared between parents, is also increasingly available. 278 more words

a16z Podcast: Automation, Jobs, & the Future of Work (and Income)

There’s no question automation is taking over more and more aspects of work and some jobs altogether. But we’re now entering a “third era” of automation, one which went from taking over dangerous work to dull work and now decision-making work, too. 147 more words

Automation & Robotics

The future of workplaces in Britain

The objective of this project is to explore and describe the future of workplaces in Britain, during a decade when the concept of ‘workplace care’ is changing and employers need to future-proof benefit packages to attract and retain talent. 70 more words

Designing Service

The New American Workforce

The independent entrepreneur is growing more than five times faster than the overall workforce growth. The study shows the number of independent workers aged 21 and over held firm in 2015 at 30.2 million, despite expectations that the independent entrepreneur would shrink as the overall job market steadily improved. 263 more words