What is the future of the workplace? A new Washington Post series investigates.

Series will examine the reimagined workplace; sponsored by Nokia


The Washington Post today introduces “Work: Reimagined,” a new series examining the future of work in a time of rapid change. The series will publish over several months, covering topics including the role of automation, innovation and surveillance in the workplace, as well as the changing demographics of today’s workforce.

“Over the past few years, so much about the way we work has changed — including where we work, how we work and the role work plays in our lives,” said Jeff Dooley, editor of Special Newsroom Initiatives and Partnerships at The Washington Post. “With this series, readers will have a dedicated resource for understanding the evolving workplace as new technologies, innovations and norms continue to emerge.”

This series is sponsored by Nokia.

The series will begin rolling out today, with new pieces published every few weeks. Read the first piece here.


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