According to a recent Deloitte study, the nature of work, workplaces and workforce stand to change dramatically in the coming years.
Rapid automation will substitute for repetitive jobs and skills such as emotional intelligence, communication, knowledge sharing, creativity will become even more valuable, the study found.
An open talent economy -a borderless economy where the employees are spread across the world working in a hyper collaborative, transparent, technology enabled environment- will continue to shape the workforce.
Experts paint an image of the future workforce to consist of full time workers working closely with contractors, crowd sourced talent, AI systems and even robots.
As hiring part-time remote workers and digital nomads across continents are becoming more common -the need for more efficient capital movement around the globe becomes paramount.