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Emotional intelligence vital as routine tasks are automated

Both executives and employees recognise that emotional intelligence will be a requisite for organisational success in the years to come

HR must use data to talk “culture problems” not “process problems”

A panel at the CIPD People Analytics Conference and Workshop discussed how HR can gain recognition in the business for its data and analytics insights

HR magazine's 2019 technology supplement

All of the lights: Where next on HR's digital journey?

'Alexa, help me get a job at McDonald’s...'

McDonald's has launched the world's first voice application process, to help attract curious but time-poor candidates from all walks of life

New technology causing skills gaps and stagnant wages

Researchers urge employers and governments to focus on upskilling and lifelong learning to prepare employees for technological change and automation

Are humane organisations more customer-centric?

Customer-centricity involves technology, data analytics, the right mindset and leadership style, and a culture shift

How AI will liberate organisations

Artificial intelligence (AI) liberates employees from dry technical tasks and gives them the freedom to devote themselves to what they were intended to be: human capital

Lack of upskilling opportunities risks "populist time bomb"

?UK workers are given the fewest opportunities to upskill of all nationalities, according to PwC research

Back to basics... Virtual meetings

Our back to basics series brings you top tips from industry experts on the bread and butter areas of HR

Rethinking talent in an age of technological disruption

When your business model is at risk of being disrupted overnight by an intelligent tech start-up, you don’t have years to reconstruct your operating model and workforce

We must widen our vision of what could shape the future of work

The future of work is a story we will be narrating for many more decades to come

Data and HR: Watch out for the data disconnect

It’s almost a given now that data is an essential resource for HR. But do HR professionals currently have the right technology in place to deliver on its potential?

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