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The New World of Work

Shaping a Future that Helps People, Organizations and Our Societies to Thrive

Use this practical guide from the leading voice in the people profession to ensure your business and your workforce thrive in the new world of work.
EAN: 9781398602090
Edition: 1
Published:
Format: 233x156
400 pages

About the book

Work has changed forever. How can HR and leaders adapt? How can they deal with the wellbeing and productivity crisis, address the skills gap and build better organizations? This book has the answer.

Written by a leading voice in the people profession, The New World of Work takes an evidence-based approach to provide practical advice on how the business and employees can succeed. It covers how to combat stalling productivity, poor wellbeing and the increase in mental health issues in the workplace as well as the need for agile learning, ways to close the skills gap and a refreshingly realistic look at the impact of technology. There is also essential discussion of job design, flexible working, diversity and inclusion (D&I) and how to engage both an ageing workforce and new Gen Z recruits. This book also includes guidance on how to build a business which is responsible, trustworthy and transparent, is based on the principles of 'good work' and is one that employees are proud to work for.

With global examples and case studies from private and public sector organizations, The New World of Work is the book that HR and business professionals need to seize the opportunity and allow both the business and its people to succeed.

About the authors

Peter Cheese is Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the professional body for HR and people development. He is also Chair of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing. Based in London, UK, he writes and speaks widely on the themes of the future of work, and engages with politicians, policy makers, academics, business leaders and leaders in the people profession. Prior to the CIPD, he was Chair of the Institute of Leadership and Management after a long career at Accenture where he led the global consulting practice in people and organisation.

Few people have thought so long and hard about the future of work as Peter Cheese. His book offers a timely and comprehensive guide to the forces that will shape the work of tomorrow and lays down the challenge to all of us to help create a good work future

Matthew Taylor, CEO, RSA, and author of the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices