Stimulating investment in skills and human capital
Economies are at a pivotal point for the future of work and labour markets. Workforce and workplace expectations are changing and developed economies are tackling major skills and employment challenges in the context of a cost-of-living crisis, rising inflation and labour shortages.
This evolving landscape presents an opportunity for organizations and governments alike to build a thriving world of work that puts people at its core. By creating more inclusive labour markets, investing in skills and innovation and pioneering new employment models, productivity and career longevity can be improved regardless of labour force status, occupation or location.
Against this backdrop, the conference convenes business leaders, policymakers, representatives from multilateral institutions and labour market experts for high-level discussions and under the Chatham House Rule sessions to explore the key trends impacting the changing world of work.
- Deepen your understanding of latest policy and labour market trends shaping the world of work.
- Gain new insight into the benefits of technological advances and responsible AI ecosystems.
- Understand what skills will be in demand in the future and how to better prepare workforces.