How companies can turn in-house to face the tech talent challenge

Recent reports from Salesforce highlight the disconnect between the tech skills that companies are looking for and the skills candidates have and use.

UK lags behind US on AI adoption at work

UK office workers are lagging behind their American counterparts when it comes to adopting AI in the workplace, research has revealed.

Game on: the progress of gamification in HR

The use of game-like structures in HR functions has proved popular for the past few years, but has it now had its day? Edmund Tirbutt reports

L&D professionals innovate without use of AI

Only 5% of those with learning and development (L&D) responsibilities currently use AI tools such as ChatGPT to support learning, yet over half (55%) of L&D leaders said they are breaking new ground...

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Deliveroo launches career support for delivery workers

Deliveroo will invest £2.5 million into developing riders' vocational skills, with 15,000 given the opportunity to undertake qualification in different industries.

HR and AI: How can HR use AI effectively and ethically?

The government published a whitepaper on Wednesday (29 March) which promised to regulate artificial intelligence (AI).

Skills for the future: How tech can help solve the skills conundrum 

Aside from computer-generated poetry and a ‘code red’ on AI development at Google, the release of ChatGPT opened fresh dialogue about the threat that ‘robots’ will take all our jobs.

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Automation top investment priority for business in next two years

Digital workplace tools and automation are one of the top investment priorities for companies over the next two years, according to new research.

How to get HR software selection right: nine questions to ask vendors

Are you choosing the right HR software? Join Daniel Chambers, head of proposals at Sage, and Ben Myhill, head of sales, Silver Cloud HR, to unearth how to get HR software selection right.

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Fear of tech worker exodus puts pressure on HR

Almost half (46%) of young UK workers in tech roles plan to leave their job within the next year, according to research from HR technology company Hibob and global venture fund Eight Roads.

Businesses warned employees lack skills to handle AI

Businesses have major skills gaps to fill before they can implement artificial intelligence (AI) into their workplaces.

The secret ingredients of effective hybrid L&D

The pandemic accelerated the uptake of digital learning and caused companies to rethink their training programmes. Edmund Tirbutt explores the secret to getting hybrid learning and development right