3 Ways to Prepare Employees for the Future of Work

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3 Ways to Prepare Employees for the Future of Work

Across every industry, leaders are laying the foundation for the future of work using new tools for communication, collaboration, operations and more. 

And with the speed at which technological change is impacting the way we work, it’s critical to have the right information, in order to make strategic decisions for your team’s future.

At Hone, we’re helping organizations empower and educate their employees to prepare for the future of work. To do so, we’re sharing thought leadership and sourcing stories worth your time to ensure you’re equipped with the information you need. 

Check out these five articles on the future of work.

Dom Merrit from Sprout Social

Always Be Learning

Did you know? Sprout Social operates in seven countries.

Did you also know one of their favorite phrases is “Always Be Learning”?

Here’s why Senior Business Partner Dom Merritt believes the secret to their success lies in encouraging employees to “Always Be Learning” and building an inclusive culture.

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Design for Tomorrow

Every company is planning for the future, but few are sharing details of how they’re doing so.

Enter: Google.

Learn how Sara Ortloff Khoury is reimagining the enterprise — and using artificial intelligence to do so — in this Google Design Medium post.

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Globotics. Telemigrants. White-collar robots. Digital nomads.

According to this Quartz article, there’s a new language for the future of work — and no, they don’t just mean coding languages.

Learn how these emerging terms shed light on the shifts occurring today, and how they’ll impact your team tomorrow.

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