Technology

Workers trust robots more than their managers

Workers around the world are beginning to trust robots more than people to support their mental health.

Efficiencies through technology: creating a new breed of manager

In today’s disruptive and challenging business environment, the role of the manager has rarely been so important.

Businesses at risk by lack of background checks

?Cybersecurity threats and data breaches are on the rise and a lack of background checking could be putting global businesses at risk according to new research.

What HR can learn from the exam debacle and using data blindly

Few of us can feel anything other than shock at the dreadful inequities caused by the methods used to moderate this year’s exam results. How could a seemingly fair and objective process get things so...

AI in the workplace is a diversity issue HR needs to take control of

HR needs to have a seat at the table when it comes to employers’ use of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation, according to senior associate at Fieldfisher David Lorimer.

UK lags behind international AI skills development

?The UK is facing an AI skills gap that could leave companies struggling to compete with rivals from across the world, a new Microsoft report has revealed.

Leaders failing to train employees on new tech developments

Just 35% of employees or their representatives are currently consulted by leadership before introducing new technology in the workplace.

HR has a place in the driver’s seat of workplace automation

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.

Using redundancy as a way to support startup founders

Making mass redundancies is one task that many HR leaders hope they never have to face, let alone during the greatest economic shock in living memory.

Survey shows ‘disconnect’ of reskilling in the face of AI and automation

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

Why the video game industry remains a talent magnet

Despite growing to rival both the film and music industries in terms of size, revenue and cultural impact, the general public’s impressions of the games industry remain somewhat confused.

A toast to the most convivial at Pernod Ricard

The drinks within Pernod Ricard’s portfolio have been a fundamental part of sharing happy moments together for years.

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