The Future of Work
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- 06 Nov 2023
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After successfully completing this subject you should be able to:
- Explain the global forces and complexities of the new ways of working that are influencing the future of work
- Develop plans for your professional career in the evolving work environment
- Provide solutions for managing the future of work
Assurance of Learning:
This course evaluates student performance for Assurance of Learning purposes for the program learning objective (PLO): Develop and apply knowledge and skills which enhance employability and career paths.
- Intro. to the Evolving World of Work
- The Digital Environment
- Globalisation and Work
- Employability & Career Planning
- Work Identity & Self Branding
- New Ways of Working
- Complexities of Work: Employee Relations
- Complexities of Managing People
- Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
- First Peoples Employment
- Sustainable Workplaces & Work Practices
- Adaptability and Wellbeing
No eligibility requirements
No additional requirements
Global forces are rapidly changing the way we work. Globalisation, automation and digital communication have altered the way that employees engage with the workplace and provide value to employers. Career pathways have changed too. It is likely that you will have many jobs across a variety of careers and industries in your lifetime. Rapid advances in technology are enabling firms to automate processes, which is displacing or changing routine work. Simultaneously, the power of knowledge workers is rising. In parallel, new industries and new forms of collaborative and distance-based work are emerging. All of this is offering new challenges and opportunities. In this course you will explore how rapid technological advances are creating digital disruption that will impact your work in the future. It will enable you to identify opportunities to craft your own career pathway in a rapidly globalising, knowledge and service-intense economy.
- My Employability Skills Audit (Portfolio) (10%)
- ePortfolio - The Basics (50%)
- ePortfolio - Solutions Paper (40%)
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