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Are technology-driven changes to the way we work fuelling populism?

Fri, 3rd Feb 2017

 Read my article in FT Business Education, 29 January 2017. here


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Henning Sieverts :: 6th Feb 17
Right on all counts, Simon. The light on the horizon, now pretty dim, is that technology will not supplant most human service jobs, not just in health care and social care, but also in the hospitality industry (mainly food service) and in public sector fields such as policing, correction, education, and more. We need to put major focus on strengthening employee rights and pay levels in this field, in order (at least) to distribute real consumer buying power to a much larger part of the population.
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