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Bosses speed up automation as virus keeps workers home

2 monthes ago   |   By The Guardian

Livelihoods at risk as EY finds 41% of employers globally prepare for after the crisis
Almost half of company bosses in 45 countries are speeding up plans to automate their businesses as workers are forced to stay at home during the coronavirus outbreak. Some 41% of respondents in a survey by the auditing firm EY said they were investing in accelerating automation as businesses prepared for a post-crisis world.
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