Workforce of the future

Strategies, processes and technology alone aren't enough to future-proof your organisation. Your success hinges on your people’s ability to accept, adopt, drive and sustain change.

Do you have the right people to drive your business forward?

As businesses experience profound and permanent change, the workforce is one of many areas impacted.  Two issues have clearly emerged: the potential of a virtual workforce in a hybrid working environment and new complexities in building the workforce strategy of the future. The digital workforce, where man and machine work together, brings endless possibilities, if managed correctly. The role of people at work is transforming and organisations need to understand workforce skills in order to meet immediate and emerging business challenges 

Do you know what skills you need for the future of your business? And do you have an understanding of how today’s complex global environment will impact where and how you deploy your talented people?


Organisations that are currently undergoing large transformations driven by digitisation and globalisation face challenges in the way their people are deployed.

PwC can help you find and nurture the right people for your workforce

Our multidisciplinary People and Organisation team will assist you from a people perspective to ensure your workforce is agile and adaptable.  We’ll develop innovative and sustainable solutions such as talent sharing across organisations to satisfy the rapidly changing skill set demand.

Our HR, international employment taxes, employment law (for which we work together with PwC Legal), talent, rewards, organisation and change specialists work with you to solve your complex people and organisation challenges, enabling and motivating your teams to embrace change.

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Building a workforce strategy of the future

The events of the past couple of years have made it clear that the workforce of the future will be different. Organisations need to revise their workforce strategies accordingly. Whether you’re looking to implement a new workforce strategy or build a future-proof workforce, PwC can help you reach your goals to keep you ahead of the curve.

Contact us now to get started on building your workforce of the future, from complexity to execution.

Building a new workplace strategy - where do we begin?

To create a cohesive workplace strategy that’s future-fit, we consider the entire ecosystem of the organisation.  We look at the future of work in terms of work type, workforce and workplaces, with the experience of work at its core. It allows us to see the macro opportunity of your organisation, as well seeing how each element intersects with, or impacts, the others.

Work type refers to new ways of working, from macro and systems-level trends, such as labour market trends and related policies, to legal and compliance requirements.

Workforce refers to the resources – including people and technology – needed to do the work. It’s all about having the right capabilities and the right skills in the right place at the right time.

Workplaces are the physical and digital environments where work is structured and undertaken. This includes everything from an organisation’s real estate strategy to the layout of office space and the way work gets done.

The experience of work is the way in which workers experience the purpose, values and culture of the organisation, as demonstrated by their behaviours and engagement.

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Meet the team

Bart Van den Bussche

Director, Brussels, PwC Belgium

+32 474 23 93 48


Tom Verboven

Senior Director, Brussels, PwC Belgium

+32 474 56 28 11


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Christiaan Moeskops

Christiaan Moeskops

Partner, PwC Belgium

Tel: +32 477 50 91 99

Bart Van den Bussche

Bart Van den Bussche

Director, PwC Belgium

Tel: +32 474 23 93 48