Job roles are so 90s

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  1. Tech-enabled roles and processes — Not all of us are supposed to be coders, nor we have this part of the brain very well developed, but we are all using technology every single day in our lives. That means that Karen can not complain about creating a digital signature in order to improve processes established in the 90s. Tech-enabled people and processes (ideally both) will make your organisation agile, more resilient and faster in adapting to change.
  2. Re-skilled and upskilled roles — Importance of learning and development has been recognised a long time ago, so why not instead of providing vertical knowledge we offer to employees the opportunity to become good in something different from their original role. Your best recruiter becomes good in analytics and helps you predict hiring trends, optimise procedures and remove biases in hiring. A business analyst can become techy with low-code and help in creating really good tools with his business acumen and business knowledge specific for the organisation. It's not likely you could find a better profile in the market.

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Snezana Djurisic

Snezana Djurisic

Sne has a background in psychology and experience in multiple sectors HR, Talent, Product and Tech Community management, writing, brewing beer and baking