Only 12% of workers felt less stressed now compared with a year ago
Automation, AI and algorithms have been steadily creeping in. But can they work for recruitment?
The correlation between staff and managers both citing bad management suggests firms need to address management styles
Overseeing HR for 20,000 is difficult. The key at Hitachi is sharing good practices, and people, around the different businesses
New Acas research shows that automation is having a significant impact on the way jobs are done
Managers may unintentionally be creating a culture where staff are expected to always be available
While staffing levels are important, presenteeism creates a "false economy"
Automation and robots could be a huge challenge to society if people don’t have jobs or access to income
Less than half (44%) of employers train their managers to handle short-term absence
Employees are calling for benefit providers to offer support and guidance for people with caring responsibilities
A third (33%) of employees say doing unpaid overtime is part of their organisation's culture
HR doesn't subject its systems to as much scrutiny as it does more visible products. Perhaps it should