In our newest issue of Lead Magazine, we’re zeroing in on the future of work. From artificial intelligence to remote work, here’s what the future looks like to 10 industry leaders.

Editorial by Gilbert Boileau

In the editorial, Gilbert Boileau argues that behind artificial intelligence — like other technological breakthroughs — a long line of smaller innovations helped us get there.

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How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Recruiting by Eyal Grayevsky

Recruitment software that automates routine tasks, improves productivity and enhances the candidate experience — Mya Systems is using artificial intelligence to do just that.

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Small and Mighty by Margo Crawford

Small and medium-sized enterprises are the next big thing. Margo Crawford of Business Sherpa Group argues that with a flexible approach, these organizations are ready to succeed.

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How We Work by Anastasia Valentine

Remote work, new productivity tools, relaxed work environments — Versature compiles the workplace trends that are changing the way we work, communicate and connect.

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The Legal Challenge of Technifying the Workplace by Jennifer Heath

New technology in the workplace can leave some employees behind. Jennifer Heath of Piccolo Heath LLP identifies the top three things to watch out for when technifying the workplace.

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The Augmented Workforce by Gabe Batstone

By bringing artificial intelligence to blue collar workers in the form of a personal agent, contextere is using industrial software to change an industry.

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Automation and the Training Imperative by Lee Thibodeau

By creating automation training courses, Raufoss Technology Canada helped reskill their workers and ensured their manufacturing plant is ready for new industrial automation.

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The Opportunities of New Technology by Jared Fabian

The future looks bright in the construction and engineering fields. Jared Fabian of Roevin describes the opportunities of these changing and emerging markets for workers.

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Technology and the Customer Experience by Al Nanji

Read about how Discount Car and Truck Rentals used new technology to improve their employees’ customer service capabilities and drive the industry forward.

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The Place of Retention Strategies by Fabrice Prosper

From personal retention plans to remote work, the changing workplace offers new ways to keep employees happy. Fabrice Prosper makes the case for a new approach to retention strategies.

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