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How will you work in 2028

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What is the future of work? Will you be managing AI colleagues in future and what will motivate the next generation of employees and employers. Mark Swain discusses with Professor Bernd Vogel his research 'Work 2028- Trends, dilemmas & choices'.

Published 10 February 2019
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