As we’ve been slowly but steadily going toward post-pandemic reality, the question about the future of work and how digital transformation impacts this never has been of more importance. Discussions around the future of work cuts across all industries.
Businesses, employees, governments and educational institutions need to work collaboratively to envision the future of work – according to a new Liberty Global and Deloitte report 'The future of work is here. 61% of executives asked in a report survey indicated to focus on re-imagining work in the next three years. The response to the pandemic has also demonstrated that a distributed workforce can use digital tools and connectivity to function effectively. The coronavirus crisis has accelerated digitalisation beyond anything we could have imagined. The profound shifts we are seeing are proving to be productive for many and painful for others, potentially exacerbating existing inequalities. The question is how to use digital transformation for the better? Last week in collaboration with UPC Poland, Digital Poland Foundation hosted an online webinar exploring how digital will change the future of work in the post-pandemic reality.
11.00 – 11.05 | Opening | Michał Fura, Vice President, Digital Poland Foundation, Public Affairs & Policy director, UPC Polska
11.05 – 11:25 | 'The future of work is here' presentation | John Guziak, Partner Human Capital, Deloitte
11:25 – 12:15 | 'How digital will change the future of work in the post-pandemic reality?, panel discussion
John Guziak, Partner Human Capital, Deloitte
Monika Remiszewska – Group Director People & Development, Ringier Axel Springer Polska
Łukasz Szalkowski – Head of HR, Ghelamco Poland
Marta Jakowluk – Chief People officer, UPC Polska
Katarzyna Bieńkowska – Group HR Director, ZF Polpharma