In this episode Barry and Eleanor Matthews are joined by Jeffery Moss the founder and CEO of Parker Dewey. Parker Dewey offer “micro internships” for students to showcase their skills and potential while also getting paid and providing employers with skills and the chance to get to know student talent who might go on to longer term internships or full time future roles.
In this episode Barry and Eleanor Matthews talk about the Great Resignation, Tang Ping and how workers around the world are changing the way they think about work and approach work-life balance. They also look at the ongoing trend towards freelancing and open talent and how governments are reacting.
This episode of the WORK. Podcast features Shoba Purushothaman. Shoba is the Co-Founder of Hardskills, a corporate learning platform that helps enterprises train their workforces in the hard-to-teach behaviors, skills, and mindsets needed for the new world of work.
During this WORK. podcast we welcome Neil Carberry, the CEO of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation which is a leading membership organization for recruitment and staffing firms based in the UK. The Recruitment and Employment Confederation helps UK’s professional recruiters have a lasting impact on the economy as well as candidates’ lives – making great work happen everyday.
This episode of the WORK podcast features future of work expert Jeff Schwartz. Jeff is a Senior Advisor in the Future of Work at Deloitte Consulting, author of the book WORK DISRUPTED, an Adjunct Professor Columbia Business School and last year was named the Vice President of Insights and Impact at Gloat.
In this bonus episode, Eleanor and Barry are joined by Tom Matthews who has reviewed and catalogued each of the 2021 podcast episodes and the trio discuss the guests, the themes, the answers to the 5 x 10 questions and have a general review of the year.
In this episode Barry and Eleanor are joined by Tom Brooks the founder of Yon Living a brilliant concept that combines staying in great locations, designed for working and relaxing, with meeting like-minded digital workers and creating community.
In this episode of the How the Future Works podcast Eleanor and Barry take a moment to catch their breath following a busy fews weeks after the merger of re-source with Open Assembly. Following the update they check in with Emily and Alex, two digital nomads who have chosen life of freelancing to pursue their passions.
This episode of the WORK. podcast features Mark Hannant. Mark is the Co-founder of Magenta, a creative agency specializing in B2B thought leadership, and the Co-founder of Indigo Premedia, a pioneer of remote work and outsourcing to agency clients. Mark is passionate about the open talent economy and the role it will play in the future of work.
Open Assembly, the global authority on open talent and open innovation, announces the merging of Re-source, one of Europe’s leading open talent and human cloud advisors, into the organization.