Two in five jobs expected to change significantly or become redundant as a result of digital developments in next five years. Read more in our story.
Majority of employers feel confident about their hiring efforts, but over half of Brits won’t move jobs due to ‘low pay’
Confidence is certainly key in the current market and while latest job market data tells us that salaries have increased across Britain, professionals are still discontent with the level of pay on offer in the UK.
Eighty-six per cent of UK citizens think that Artificial Intelligence (AI) needs more human supervision, according to new research. Read more here.
The 2019 Mission Critical HR Analytics conference will explore new trends in HR analytics and show how industry leaders have harnessed the power of HR analytics for their businesses.
Read about the rapid, unprecedented transformation of a famous multinational company’s HR system into an agile, decision-making tool.
Long meetings and all day training sessions prove unpopular with majority of UK workers, often causing a strong sense of déjà-vu and high levels of disengagement. Should we be changing formats?
More disabled people than ever before are choosing self-employment, but are being let down by poor support from government, according to new research. What must be done?
A new survey looked into the time of day employees feel most creative, and which working environments best help to stimulate our creativity. What would you say is peak HR time?
However the same poll reveals that a large proportion of companies – 62 per cent – are still not investing in AI at all which shows that perceptions to challenges in embarking on the data journey are still strong.
Young Women’s Trust campaigns director says that in some cases, sexist attitudes shut women out of the workplace altogether. Read the story about how a woman still earn less doing the same job as a man.
Ahead of international wellbeing week, new research has revealed that few UK employers are offering workers the means to voice and share concerns in the workplace.
In a world of uncertainty and changing economic direction, upskilling your workforce for the modern world should be the number one priority on your people and development strategy.
New research finds that employees are united by their desire to make an impact at work and achieve more. Recognising this is the first step to improving the sluggish productivity that has dogged Europe’s businesses.
The UK currently has an estimated 2.4 million untrained ‘accidental managers’, and with poor management costing employers around £84 billion a year according to the OECD, it is time for fundamental change.
HR and recruitment leaders have begun using applications of AI to improve HR efficiency and enhance employee experience. Gartner, Inc. has identified the three most common use cases.