Banking and financial services in focus
The world of work is changing with the impact of artificial intelligence, automation and new staffing models transforming the way businesses operate. Rarely a day goes by without a ‘future of work’ news headline – but what changes are financial services businesses actually making and how are they preparing for the future of work?
Our new future of work report focuses on new working trends in the financial services sector. Based on interviews with senior HR contacts and business leaders at Hargreaves Lansdown, Nationwide Building Society, VocaLink and an international investment bank who wished to remain anonymous, as well as Osborne Clarke’s experts, it explores the following key themes:
- how businesses are embracing the use of contingent workers within the confines of the regulatory framework;
- the extent to which they are investing in automation technology and how this is disrupting entire business models;
- how tightening immigration controls are impacting the ability to recruit; and
- how working practices are changing to accommodate the next generation of workers.
More from our future of work series:
- The future of work: digital business and disruptive technology in focus
- The future of work: contingent workers and new employment models
- Watch our webinar on the employment law implications of the changing world of work >>