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Future of Work

Lena Starcevic


centralized work

decentralized work

hybrid-remote work

fully remote work


future predictions

robots and cobots

centralized work

staff work in one office

  • supervision of employee activities and productivty

decentralized work

staff work in different offices

  • benefit from countries with lower cost labour

e.g. global company, that outsources IT and call center work in India

e.g. smaller and regional businesses, such as start-ups or cornershops

  • more personal interaction with employees

  • favourable for big, global companies

hybrid-remote work

  • greater ability to balance work and personal responsibilities
  • currently, most wanted work model
  • requires smaller office spaces

staff split across offices and WFH

e.g. tech companies and consulting firms (Microsoft, Apple, Uber since 2020)

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fully remote work

all staff WFH
(sometimes in virtual offices, coworking spaces or televillages)
complete specific tasks within a certain time frame

e.g. freelancers, non-profit organizations, consulting firms

  • ability to work from any location
  • improving time management
  • less overhead costs


want to work a minimum of 3 days per week from home

want the option to work from home to some capacity

believe inequality will worsen due to job automation

of jobs held by men are at high risk of automation





( 17% jobs held by women)

implementing systems to complete repetitive tasks without human labor.

robots and cobots

- automation in the 21st century

  • less monotone labour
  • less physically challenging labour

e.g. Warehouses, car manufacturing





freelancer in millon (USA)

annual insalation of industrial robots

Labour productivity (GDP/employee; index)