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The future is ever-present at the World Economic Forum, as the annual meeting unfolds this week in Davos, Switzerland. The futuristic theme set in motion by WEF founder Klaus Schwab—of a Fourth Industrial Revolution driven by global technological change—is on all of our minds. This year, the dialogue at Davos is about globalization, the future of business, automation, advanced data and the urgency of reskilling workforces. Are we up to the challenge?


Statistics swirl around our digitally networked world, none more striking than the WEF’s prediction that artificial intelligence will创造5800万净新工作岗位in the next few years. One thing is certain, though: The future of work is about more than new kinds of jobs. It’s about a new worker with a new global ethos and a more flexible lifestyle and income pattern, representing differences in generations, ethnicities, and perspectives. It’s about bringing different viewpoints and needs to the workforce.




Public-Private Cooperation

Facing this tsunami of transformation is a tall task, but the spirit of Davos is to synthesize the global noise—the voices, viewpoints and vision of the government leaders, academic experts, corporate executives and individuals who must collaborate on solutions for the future. Optimistically,writes Klaus Schwab“全球公私合作的新框架一直在塑造。公私合作是关于利用私营部门和开放市场,以推动公众良好的经济增长,并始终考虑环境可持续性和社会包容性。“188bet滚球投注

Merger,其母公司MMC和姐妹公司Marsh,Oliver Wyman和Guy Carpenter分享了协作解决方案的奉献,达沃斯始终是展示可以做些什么的重要论坛。本周在达沃斯,Mercer强调劳动力转型tracks the challenge of “Industry 4.0.”

When Women Thrive

On one hand, Mercer’s January 22 event celebrates the fifth anniversary of the When Women Thrive research launched at Davos. This groundbreaking work charted organizations’ failure—and opportunity—to bring more women into the workforce and develop their potential for leadership, overcoming managerial bias in hiring and promoting and to focus on the differentiated health and financial security needs of women.




Managing the workforce transformation of Industry 4.0 puts an emphasis on enabling effective workers through reskilling, shifting the traditional concept of work, and creating financial security in a future landscape that looks very different from the past. Much of the dialogue at Davos will explore the means of doing so. Globally, there has been a steady news drumbeat of collaboration and commitment to preparing present and future workers for jobs that are increasingly reliant on technology and data skill sets.


  • 全球快餐巨头通过将超过1.5亿美元的计划分配给计划来结晶持续的教育的重要性提供符合条件的美国员工获得高中文凭的机会,接收前期大学学费援助,并将英语学习为第二语言。
  • 电信领导者正在帮助员工通过提交10亿美元的倡议来塑造自己的工作生命,该计划提供员工可以访问展开职位,工资范围的在线门户,以及在这些职位成功所需的技能。通过与课程提供商的合作关系,大约60,000名工人使用该计划,其中包括在世界一流的技术大学的在线硕士学位课程。
  • 公司和政府正在探索如何通过创新福利来支持不同的工作模式和生活模式。这条范围从认识到,作为婴儿潮一代时代,家长护理职责织物的良好挑战,适合持有多个和不断变化的工作的演出劳动力的便携式储蓄解决方案。
  • In India, global products and services firm Bosch’s BRIDGE program helps meet growing demand for skilled work across industry sectors. It’s a three-month program with a focus on employability and life skills for “dropout” youth from underprivileged backgrounds between the ages of 18 and 25, who are neither in school, in training nor employed.
  • 一位德国汽车制造商正在努力改变德国成熟工业经济老化劳动力的态度。它有一个关于老化的刻板印象的工作场所展览,已被2,500名工厂经理观察,并已向柏林公开开放。该公司还介绍了人口审核,以促进年轻人和老年员工之间的合作。一个结果是一个企业视频平台,老工人可以在录像机上发布视频教程来传递给下一代的专业知识。

清楚地,对满足我们的4.0个工作世界的挑战的合作和承诺是世界经济论坛会议与会者的内容。解决现状,永远不会成为组织或其私人/公共伙伴的选择 - 拥抱新工人的劳动力转型,人才和需求的现实,以及我们的寿命更长的事实提供了保持趋于蓬勃发展的机会互相鼓舞。

Julio portalatin

Vice Chairman of Marsh McLennan

Julio Portalatin是Marsh McLennan的副主席,并作为DXC技术的董事会主任。

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