Futuro del lavoro ed employability: il ruolo della Direzione HR
Il report creato dal Politecnico di Milano – Osservatorio HR Innovation Practice in collaborazione con Cornerstone OnDemand analizza:
- la percezione dei lavoratori in merito al futuro del lavoro
- le azioni intraprese dalla Direzione HR nel garantire l’employability delle proprie persone
- la diffusione di cultura e competenze digitali
- le caratteristiche chiave della formazione del futuro
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