The new technologies will affect between 5 and 10% of the jobs in each company annually. PwC will invest USD 3 billion in upskilling its employees and developing new technologies

The new technologies will affect, annually, between 5 and 10% of the jobs of each organization and will generate discrepancies between the existing and the necessary skills, according to PwC global estimates. In this context, PwC has launched a program… Read moreThe new technologies will affect between 5 and 10% of the jobs in each company annually. PwC will invest USD 3 billion in upskilling its employees and developing new technologies

PwC: 53% of the employees worldwide feel threatened by automation and 77% want to learn new digital skills

More than half of global employees feel threatened by automation and believe that will significantly change or make their job obsolete within the next ten years, according to PwC Upskilling Hopes and Fears research. They also feel that their current employers… Read morePwC: 53% of the employees worldwide feel threatened by automation and 77% want to learn new digital skills

PwC report: Entrepreneurs in Romania are the most advanced in the use of digital technologies in Central and Eastern Europe

Romanian entrepreneurs are the more advanced in the use of digital tehnologies than their peers in the other 14 countries in Central and Eastern Europe, according to PwC Central and Eastern Europe Private Business Survey 2019. So, 64% already designed… Read morePwC report: Entrepreneurs in Romania are the most advanced in the use of digital technologies in Central and Eastern Europe

PwC Global CEO Survey for Romania: change of dynamics of the labour market is one of the main concerns of the CEOs

– Availability of key skills (50%) and changing workforce demographics (47%) lead, this year, the top of business threats to organization’s growth prospects; – 38% of the business executives in Romania believe the global economy’s growth rate will slow down;… Read morePwC Global CEO Survey for Romania: change of dynamics of the labour market is one of the main concerns of the CEOs

Extending people’s working lives could add US$ 3.5 trillion to OECD GDP in long run – PwC

  Iceland, New Zealand and Israel are the leaders in boosting employment rates among older workers according to PwC’s latest Golden Age Index Retraining and lifelong learning will be critical to enable older workers to take up the many new… Read moreExtending people’s working lives could add US$ 3.5 trillion to OECD GDP in long run – PwC

Increasingly complex global security environment likely to drive increased global defense spending to 2021

Improving economic conditions and increasing pressure from NATO allies will likely enhance the prospects for more NATO nations to meet the 2% guideline in the next five years. Analysis by PwC shows that the compound annual growth rate of defense… Read moreIncreasingly complex global security environment likely to drive increased global defense spending to 2021