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NEXT Business

NEXT Business

Human Factor in the Workplace and its Future

Technological developments, globalization and the climate crisis are shaping the dynamics of working life. In particular, the rise of digital platforms and the increasing popularity of automation and AI play an important role in changing ways of working. These changes and technological developments raise questions about whether the need for human labor will disappear, sparking debates about the role of individuals in the work. The psychological dimension of these changes is also very important and has a profound impact on how people perceive their work and work life experiences. This has the potential to have a significant impact on psychological factors such as employee motivation, stress levels and job satisfaction. In such an environment, the need to develop a human-centred approach that utilises people by harnessing the potential of technology to develop their skills and improve the quality of their work is inevitable.

In this session, the career steps that young individuals need to take to adapt to the changing dynamics worklife of will be discussed. Additionally, the impact of these changing dynamics on career choices will be examined.

● What are the key skills that employees need to thrive in the future to be a part of a technology-driven business environment, and how can we empower lifelong learning and training opportunities for them?

● How can businesses and organisations strike a balance between leveraging technology for efficiency and ensuring the well-being and job satisfaction of their employees in a rapidly changing work environment?

● In what ways does the concept of continuous learning contribute to the comprehensiveness of a guide for success in a rapidly evolving professional landscape?

● How do these changing trends in business life in recent years affect human psychology?