How working from home, data, trade unions and the generation gap will change our working lives
The recent lockdown has given us a glimpse about what the future of work might look like, so are we ready for it? In the latest episode of the Brainstorm radio show on RTÉ Radio One, presenter Ella McSweeney does some blue sky thinking beyond the office with David Collings (DCU and Irish Research Council), Alma McCarthy (NUI Galway and Irish Research Council) and Kevin Murphy (University of Limerick).
This episode was produced by Tom McGuire, the researcher was Maura Fay and the sound operator was Nicky Dempsey.
The future of work: the Brainstorm radio show (tonight @RTERadio1 10pm) looks at what the 9 to 5 world may look like; with @ellamcsweeney @almamccarthy @NUIGCairnes @nuigalway @collingsdg @BusinessDCU @DCU @IrishResearch & Kevin Murphy @BusinessAtUL @UL; video by @_LauraGaynor pic.twitter.com/2g2QD3kStd— RTÉ Brainstorm (@RTEBrainstorm) July 15, 2020
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