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Prepping your firm for the new workforce

Is it time to prepare for a whole different type of workforce? The ‘Digital Natives’ are coming into the labour force at a rate of knots, with the Generation Z Research Centre recently releasing figures that suggest 20% of the workforce is now made up of those born after 1995.

On top of this, automation and artificial intelligence (AI) support is being rapidly integrated into almost every industry. How can you adapt your business to best fit this changing labour force?

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