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Most business leaders take the dynamism and disruption of work and skills as a given. Indeed, according to the World Economic Forum, employers estimate that 44% of workers’ skills will be disrupted in the next five years. Yet employees in our survey appear to see things a little differently. If employees don’t anticipate or understand how their job requirements might change, they may not be adequately prepared to acquire the new skills necessary to remain relevant and effective in their roles.
Against a backdrop of economic uncertainty and high inflation, employees across the globe are feeling the squeeze.
Excitement - and concern - are swirling around AI, as generative AI applications such as ChatGPT have entered the workplace, seized imaginations, and garnered hundreds of millions of users around the world. Respondents in our survey appear largely bullish on AI, and cite the positive impacts of AI more frequently than negative ones.
The survey, the second in Romania and the fourth globally, drew responses from nearly 54,000 workers in 46 countries and territories and over 500 in Romania underscores the central challenge facing CEOs and other C-suite leaders: You have to reinvent your organisation, but without the support and energy of all your people these efforts will fail.