In the tenth (and final) episode of Season One of this podcast, I wanted to go back and re-visit the day I was made redundant from the job I was due to start just before the covid crisis hit.
So much has happened since then, and I thought it would be really interesting to speak to the CEO who actually let me go, and find out what that day - and the two months since - were like from his perspective.
Philip Ross is the CEO and founder of Unwork, a company that specialises in creating concepts for new ways of working. Philip is a futurologist, or futurist, and therefore has some really fascinating insights in to how he views the future of work.
In this episode, we discuss some of those ideas, as well as the impact of coronavirus and how things are likely to change (for the better!) in the future.
And of course, I had to ask him about that day in March.....
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