?Government has announced it will create an “Office for Talent” to encourage scientists and researchers to come and work or study in the UK.
Young people aged between 18-24 are likely to be the group who will be the most badly affected in terms of finding work in the COVID-19 pandemic-led economic crisis that we are now entering.
The more ‘human side’ of the workplace will become increasingly valuable as life become more automated, said author and associate professor of mathematics at UCL Hannah Fry.
Hiring managers will need to start promoting and recruiting workers for their emotional intelligence, not just technical ability, as we move towards a post-coronavirus culture
UK employees are not being appropriately trained to deal with cyber security threats and leave their workplaces in danger.
Nearly a third (32%) of learning and development leaders have admitted to having concerns about whether their current offering is adequate to address the potential skills gap caused by technology
We shine a light on the effort businesses have made, big and small, to support their staff and the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
Devolved governments have been called upon to develop a post-pandemic employment and skills recovery package.