An Ibec Campaign
Preparing Ireland for a new era of work
Globalisation, rapid digitalisation, changing lifestyles and new consumer preferences mean jobs and careers are being transformed. And the pace of change is accelerating. This brings great opportunities, but also risks. The archetypal worker used to be a man on a production line or a ‘salary-man’ in an office. This will not be the case into the future. The needs of businesses and individuals are shifting, and so too are career paths.
Smarter World, Smarter Work
The new world of work is more exciting, but also less predictable. What will these new jobs look like, is our education and social protection system ready, and is Ireland and Irish business positioned to thrive in this new environment?
How organisations, government and individuals respond to these trends will fundamentally affect the quality of our jobs and our lives into the future. It will determine the ability of businesses to prosper and, more fundamentally, it will shape our society and living standards for generations.
Ibec’s Smarter World, Smarter Work campaign looks at what’s changing and sets out an ambitious vision for our economy and our society. Crucially, it identifies what action we need to take now if we are to reap the rewards and avoid the pitfalls.
Media & Speeches
LearnUpon named Technology Ireland Company of the Year 2018
24th November 2018
LearnUpon was today named Technology Ireland Company of the Year at the annual Technology Ireland Awards at the Mansion House, Dublin. Technology Ireland is the Ibec group that represents the
Finalists named for Technology Ireland 2018 Awards
25th October 2018
37 entries from companies and organisations have been shortlisted for the Technology Ireland Industry Awards 2018. Technology Ireland, alongside award platinum sponsors VHI Healthcare, gold sponsors
Focus on indigenous sector in Budget – Technology Ireland
04th October 2018
Technology Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the technology sector, today stated that Budget 2019 must support the indigenous technology industry, provide certainty for tech FDI companies, and
Technology Ireland launch Women in Technology award
01st September 2018
Technology Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the technology sector, today launched the 26th Annual Technology Ireland Industry Awards. The awards are supported by platinum sponsors Vhi
Decline in students choosing ICT courses cause for concern
20th August 2018
Technology Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the sector, says it is concerned at the 11% decline at level 8 and level 6/7 for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) courses as first
For further information
For further information, to organise briefings and to request hard copies of the report, contact the Ibec corporate affairs team at: (01) 605 1527.