62 per cent of managers admit company’s interest are prioritised over wellbeing of staff.
Despite the technology being available, disabled employees are not receiving the benefits of it.
What does the growth of technology in the workplace mean for HR professionals?
The ‘human’ in HR can be a very useful tool for AI.
The list is mainly dominated by technology companies.
What issues has BBC documentary ‘How to Break into the Elite’ raised for HR?
How can you overcome a biased AI?
How many UK employees want to see more communication between HR and IT?
This free webinar will discuss technology and the world of work, and see if you are prepared for the future?
How present is HR in your company’s boardroom decisions, and how many changes is HR going through right now thanks to trends the UK is facing?
Eighty-six per cent of UK citizens think that Artificial Intelligence (AI) needs more human supervision, according to new research. Read more here.
Employees are united by their desire to make an impact at work.
Despite offering a wealth of opportunities to improve our working lives, findings from a new research highlight that, in some cases, technology can be both a blessing and a curse.
Why British business must keep on investing in the digital transformation of secure data sharing.
85 per cent of the UK employees report that out of date equipment and tech are hindering their job roles.