There is an unprecedented technological transformation taking place today.
It’s a period of exponential change labeled the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” (4IR) with technologies, such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, robotics, neurolinguistic programming (NLP), sentiment analysis and 3-D printing changing the way that humans create, exchange and distribute value. Some commentators anticipate this period could present a timely opportunity for a rebalance of the inequity that exists in our societies, moving toward a more inclusive, human-centered future together.
When considering gender pay gaps that exist globally and the slow pace at which we are progressing to earnings parity, is there also an opportunity in this new era to address the way work is structured? Specifically, along the gender boundaries and systemic issues that drive pay inequity?
See the full article published on Workspan: How the Fourth Industrial Revolution Can Address Gender Pay Equity.
You can also read the second article in this same series here: Part II: How the Fourth Industrial Revolution Can Address Gender Pay Equity.