about Future of Work
Future Of Work was born out of a passion for solving people related problems, introducing change and taking people on the journey to new and better ways of doing things. Understanding what is around the corner that will affect both how and what companies hire is what underpins all that Future Of Work does.
Emma Jones is a talent leader with over 20 years experience in a wide cross section of people and talent disciplines. She has worked in businesses from boot-strapped tech' start ups to global corporates, across the UK, US and Australia.
Creating strategies that result in success is what we have done a good deal of, but execution of these strategies, implementing change and some of the more tactical programs of work that support business growth are a large part of what makes Future Of Work a great choice for forward thinking organisations.
We love seeing companies master their talent challenges, whatever they may be.
This is Future Of Work
"Thanks for the bountiful, amazing transformative work and energy you invested into ansarada and our team. You've inspired many, including me. You've left us in a great place and set us up for a really great future. Your legacy will live on."
- Sam Riley, CEO ansarada
"We engaged Future of Work to perform a comprehensive overhaul of our talent initiatives and strategies - starting with the development of our employer brand and value proposition. As a small business looking to scale we needed to ensure that we were in the best position to attract the right talent, our consultant Emma helped us create a behavioural competency framework for hiring which has been invaluable.
Throughout the engagement, Emma's broad experience and business acumen were an absolute bonus.
Emma negotiated with our preferred recruitment Companies to agree terms that suited us as a small business and refined and standardised role briefs and supporting materials so that we are armed with the tools and resources we need to support our growing business. "
- Natasha Sheppard, COO, inSynergy