Great article in this month’s The Psychologist on the changing workplace. Two interesting take-outs - ‘re-enabling the neurodiverse’ and ‘the future of careers’. The first explores the potential shift in focus to the skills that can't be

replaced by computers - thinkers who can make connections, see things in new ways, and visualise the import of available information. The second covers the rise of the gig economy and the ‘boundaryless’ career – further rationale for less reliance on CV / experience and a shift in focus to behaviours, values and motivations as part of the attraction and selection process.