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International Labour Organization
The Future of Work Podcast
Take a fascinating journey into the Future of Work with the latest podcasts from the International Labour Organization - the UN Agency for the World of Work. Listen to experts on how the rapidly changing world of work is affecting you. Go to workplaces you never knew existed and hear stories that touch all our working lives. The ILO Future of Work podcast opens up the world of work, helping you to navigate and shape the future you want.
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Senior Partner of R&A
In today's fast-paced work environment it is critical to stay attuned to current issues, trends, and future direction of work related topics. Jacob Morgan's "The Future of Work Podcast" is an excellent resource. He interviews guest who are able to share real-world experiences and provide insights...Read full review »
Leen Zaballero via Stitcher · 09/08/16
Recent Episodes
Convention No. 189 defines domestic work as work performed in or for a household or households, within an employment relationship and on an occupational basis. While progress has been made in legal coverage of domestic workers, these legal rights have not yet become a reality for most domestic...
Published 07/02/21
It is widely agreed that we need to improve diversity in the workplace and research shows that diverse workplaces are more motivated, more innovative, and more profitable. But, too often, diversity recruitment and inclusion initiatives ignore neurodiversity. It’s estimated that 1-in-6 people have...
Published 06/23/21
Safety and Health in the workplace has been massively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. As we mark World Day for Safety and Health and Work, Manal Azzi, Senior Occupational Safety and Health Specialist at the ILO, joins us to discuss the vital role that safe workplaces play for crisis recovery...
Published 04/29/21
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