Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director and Head of Coaching & Consultancy at My Family Care, discusses the recent Equal Lives survey report from Business in the Community.
In 20 years of business I’ve lost count of how many days, weekends, public holidays and even a couple of Boxing Days that I’ve spent or wasted on arduous, bureaucratic procurement exercises jumping through hoops to show a company that we can do the job for them and meet their often oddball standards for suppliers.
UK and European business are united in the face of Brexit: they think it’s bad for Britain and bad for the EU too
A survey which sought to find out what Europeans – and those in the UK – think of Brexit has revealed the biggest points of agreement: that it’s bad for international business and not good for the European Union either.
Virtual assistants such as Siri, Alexa, and Cortana are making our lives easier. However, the rise of AI with distinct personalities, voices, and physical forms is not as benign as it might seem.
European businesses are stepping up training of local staff amid fears that Brexit will make it harder to employ UK workers
Businesses in Europe are already making changes to global mobility budgets and beefing up staff training for fear that Brexit could hit international business hard and make hiring British workers more difficult.
The obligation to be available at almost any time for online or mobile conversations has become a real challenge that is potentially hazardous to health.
EDF Energy’s Ross Watkins shares six top tips for keeping HR analytics simple.
We all hear phrases such as “data is the new oil” and “we are in the data revolution”, but how important are all of these to HR? The answer is simple: they’re critical if HR functions are to be fit for the future.
Claims that robotics will wipe out millions of jobs, from car manufacturing to banking are all too common. But some see a change to how we work running alongside these job losses.
Elaine Mahon from the ONS shares tips on how HR professionals can use People Analytics to gain traction in their organisation.
Andy Charlwood explores some of the challenges to meaningful HR analytics.
Look around at the current crop of leaders and you might develop a nervous twitch. The political plate is laden with crises and we have Donald and Teresa, with Boris or Jeremy in the wings. Possibly Mr Rees Mogg (in deference to his Victorian upbringing, I feel compelled to use his surname). I’m not a…
Liz Walker, HR Director at Unum UK explores how organisations can encourage employees to access the right mental health support as early as possible.
As drones are playing a more important role in everyday life, including, the speeding up of deliveries, such as blood transfusions; increased safety by replacing people when inspecting nuclear power stations; deliveries; filming; construction or rail safety inspections to name but a few.
Why hidden emotions behind Brexit should sound a warning for global mobility and international business
Survey shows workers in the UK are anxious, insecure, trapped and uncertain – and Europeans call Brexit foolish, small minded and deluded