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Creating a Future-Ready Workforce

As they head into an uncertain future, businesses must ensure they have an adaptable workforce. Community Members tell Dylan Totton how they are planning for this.

Featuring commentary from:

Sylvia Burbery, Regional President, Emerging & Seeds, Royal Canin: You need to manage people as individuals, rather than as a collective group. When you're managing globally, not every country is in the same situation.

Kirstie Donnelly, CEO, City & Guilds: As employers, we’re having to think very differently about how we become much more employee-centred, in the way we think about training, reward and value.

Julian Goldsmith, Relationship Director, Criticaleye: For purpose to be authentic, from top to bottom within an organisation, everyone needs to ‘walk the talk’, from sustainability to diversity and inclusion.

Janet Mui, Head of Market Analysis, Brewin Dolphin: We are going to see a slowdown, and more and more people are talking about a recession.

Rajiv Sharma, Group CEO, Coats Group: Organisations must create an environment that encourages employees to focus on health and wellness, [and] it should be hardwired into the policies and practices within the organisation.

Rob Walker, SVP and UK & Ireland Country Lead, Cognizant: Companies don't lack the operational strength to become future-ready. The truth is that they're running out of time to take effective action to be future-ready.
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Dylan Totton
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