Dedicated GovTech Catalyst team and £20 million fund to help tech firms deliver innovative fixes to public sector challenges.
Recent figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show that the UK’s productivity levels have dropped back to pre-financial crisis levels and continues to lag behind other major economies.
We are seeing a ‘possibility explosion’ from science and technology developments. How can you make your organisation ready?
Adapt or die, isn’t that the old adage? While it may sound dramatic, it’s the new reality HR practitioners face in an uncertain business climate.
Corporate Social Responsibility programmes not only benefit local communities and the environment but also the business that runs it. Asmah Baig discusses how best to integrate one into the business.
Eight out of ten UK workers say they don’t need to be in an office to be productive, highlighting a craving for flexible working.
92% of SME owners see the latest technology as essential for productivity and SME owners spend almost three hours a week solving IT problems.
Cagatay Guney is a HR professional with more than 20 years managerial experience in the industry. Here he discusses new shifts in recruitment technology, and gives tips on how best to use this technology to your advantage to make your recruitment process thrive.
The art of presenting has always been held as a key business skill. Whether it is a Steve Jobs style delivery in the auditorium, or a team delivering an intimate new business pitch — getting it right counts. While this may not be surprising, what is, according to new research by global technology company Barco, is the fact that technology has a major role to play in success.
Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 independent HR analyst, this month marks 20 years of learning and HR technology research since its inception in 1996. As part of its anniversary, Fosway is opening its archive of research, sharing some of its original papers, models and insights. Its analysts will also be exploring what the next 20 years…
Last time we looked at how best to use our electronic devices at work. But there is also something to be said for how we use them outside work. Not only for our general life balance but also because that balance in itself will affect how efficient we can be at work. Our brain can only take so much as we have emphasized over the past months.
The global mobility industry is growing and developing at a remarkable speed. Brynne Herbert, founder of MOVE Guides, explores what technology solutions can be deployed to expand the revolution.
Hands up who received a Fitbit for Christmas? Or a Jawbone? Apple Watch? Well, I know one million wearable devices were sold in the UK this festive season so there are many of you reading this with something new on your wrist.
Tech companies are less likely to devote office space to individual employees, instead preferring to tailor floor plans to team working, new research has found.
Flexible working is a term that evokes idealistic images of funky firms happily supporting virtual working, with healthy team mates scattered across offices, homes and even beaches, merrily producing great results.