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New report sheds light on UK worker attitudes toward AI, flexibility, delayed retirement, and social conscience

New report sheds light on UK worker attitudes toward AI, flexibility, delayed retirement, and social conscience
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In partnership with strategic foresight thinktank, The Future Laboratory, we setout to identify and unpack some of the biggest trends driving changes in the workforce, with the aim of helping businesses prepare for the new employment landscape they will shape.

Source: www.unum.co.uk

This report based on 3,000 U.K. workers found that:

  • 48% of workers feel AI will help with mundane tasks
  • 55% feel it will lead to redundancies
  • 36% would like more technology that monitors their work to identify ways they can increase productivity
  • 43% would be interested in tech that optimizes brain chemistry
  • 77% say flexibility at work is very important to them
  • 65% plan to work longer than planned because they want to
  • 56% plan to do so because they have to
  • 74% of older workers want to continually learn
  • 61% felt companies should make a positive contribution to society
  • 50% would be turned off by a company that didn’t do so
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