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  • Aviva retrains 'redundant' employees
  • Aviva retrains 'redundant' employees
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Aviva retrains 'redundant' employees

With automation increasing, many workers are becoming obsolete – and UK insurer Aviva is willing to admit it. The company is retraining all employees who feel a bot could do their job, aiming to equip them with new skills in a bid to keep them dedicated and happy before automation sets in.

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