By Andrew Haffner • Jan 01, 2020
In the fifth installment of our eight-week series with Future Forum looking at the Kingdom in 2040, we turn to the future of work. In the coming decades, the region's economies will change faster than we’ve ever seen before. Will Cambodia ride that energy or fall behind?
By Andrew Haffner • Oct 09, 2019
Advances in automation are fuelling fears that the rise of robots could drive millions of Asian factory jobs back to the West
By Euan Black • May 04, 2017
With industry adopting new technology at a dizzying rate, the idea that humans are being rendered obsolete has taken root. But as high-tech becomes the norm, experts say a company’s workplace culture and human resources will make it stand out Jessica Li, APAC director of customer experience at Johnson & Johnson (far right) talks during a panel discussion entitled 'Why millennials are killing loyalty and demanding brand engagement' at the recent CXO Leaders Summit held at the Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore, 27 April 2017. Photo: Media Corp International
By David Hutt • Dec 07, 2016
Automation will be the future of manufacturing, and it could have profound implications for Cambodia’s 700,000 garment workers