I spend a lot of time thinking and engaging with others about the changing shape of work and the skills we can all invest in now so that we can continue to be successful, fulfilled and make a positive impact through our work. Sometimes I see things within organisations and the working environment that jar with the way work is evolving.
Flexible working policies are one such example, with nine out of 10 people seeking flexible work but only one in 10 jobs with a pro rata salary of at least £20,000 advertising it, according to research this year by recruitment portal Timewise.
One of the other ways in which the disconnect between the work people are seeking today and the work that has existed to date shows up is in job interviews. Here, traditional thinking about the world of work is most exposed and visible in outdated questions that tie us into old patterns.
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