Future of Work: The Shifting Work Culture

The changing global business context means that the old ways are becoming less relevant, giving rise to a new work culture which is a marked shift from the traditional ways. The emerging work environment is defined by low job security but high perks, flexibility and freedom to act, while the role of managers is moving away from monitoring to mentoring and motivating.

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Future of Work: The Shifting Work Culture
Euromonitor International
October 2017
Introduction
The Changing Context
The Shifting Work Culture
Conclusion

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