Total absence of HR planning can be harmful

http://www.business-standard.com/article/economy-policy/robots-coming-for-jobs-of-as-many-as-800-mn-worldwide-117113000037_1.html
Total absence of resources planning :
While deployment of machines for getting work done more efficiently and faster and use of robots for risky, dirty or hazardous jobs has to be welcomed, keeping workforce under perennial threat of skills becoming obsolete every decade or making labour cheaper by threatening job elimination can have perilous social security consequences.
M G Warrier Thiruvananthapuram

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