The international auditing and professional services firm hires thousands of entry level employees with the expectation that most of them will work hard, then leave after they’ve learned marketable skills.
The organization—like many companies—looks like a pyramid, with many more employees at the bottom level than at the middle or top level.
That structure makes sense when there’s a lot of grunt work to do.
Today, Deloitte has technology capable of scanning and reviewing thousands of contracts–an entire year of human work–in an hour.
As Deloitte relies more on AI, it won’t necessarily have the same need for entry-level employees to do basic work such as combing through contracts.
Here’s the problem, Cathy Engelbert says: “Where do [those middle-level employees] get that experience and judgment? That’s probably the number one thing I worry about as we shift our model.” more> https://goo.gl/DDzQjn