Among other things, we talked about the following topics:
- Will 2030 do we still need people in the insurance industry?
- in 2030 February 3 is sunday Do you think the weekend will still have the meaning it has today? Does this mean that there will still be a strict separation between work and leisure, or will it become much more blurred and you will work when there is something to do in your project/work area?
- By 2030 Will the 4-day week be widespread in the insurance industry?
- Will New Work be the standard in 2030?
- How will professional areas work and change?
- “The problem of the future is not unemployment, but unemployment.” – Will targeting change in the sense that companies will turn to potential employees instead of employees to companies?
- What role will people play in the world of work in 2030? February 3rd? Because I wonder if the common clerk will still exist? Or are human resources not too valuable and AI and chatbots are taking over all the routine work?
- What do candidates want in 2030? What can you offer them as a company?
- Will 2030 are we still going to advertise the vacancies verbatim or will it be done more via video and then applicants will also send videos instead of written applications?
- Are influencer companies relevant for companies in the future?
Among other things, Jochen Mai explained:
“What people are showing us and telling us from Instagram or TikTok people, like, ‘Boa, I’m doing really well here.’ 1 million by Thursday You can too.’ These are all illusory worlds. And of course, it’s not much different than corporate influencers because they serve a purpose. And I think that because it’s on the rise right now, at some point we’ll also learn not to believe everything, and with that the influence of corporate influencers will decrease again.
You can find the full interview here. Listen. Worth it!