AI potential outweighs employee fears globally

Employees globally are more excited about the potential of AI at work than afraid of it, according to the latest Workmonitor Pulse survey from HR consultancy and recruitment agency Randstad.

TUC launches AI taskforce to safeguard workers’ rights

The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has created a new taskforce to draft new legal protections to ensure AI is regulated fairly at work.

Enact AI laws or be overtaken by EU, MPs warn

Unless new UK law is introduced, the EU’s AI Act will become the standard for AI regulation, according to a report from the government's Science, Innovation and Technology Committee.

A Different Slant: Making light work of the employee experience

The rise of AI, hybrid work arrangements and working for societal good makes the case for making work lighter, argues David Spencer

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

Janet Campbell - Laying fair foundations for the Houses of Parliament Restoration & Renewal

Fixing up the Houses of Parliament is a huge project but one the HR director in charge takes in her stride.

Chat GPT may be banned in some UK organisations

Two thirds (66%) of organisations in the UK are implementing or considering bans on generative AI applications within the workplace, according to a survey of IT decision makers by software company...

Four lessons on ethical AI use in recruitment

AI in recruitment has been lauded both as a solution to human prejudice, and an unreliable tool based on biased data. So how can HR use it ethically? Millicent Machell reports

Workplace AI policies: Does your company need them?

The majority (68%) of business leaders think employees should not use AI without a managers' permission, according to technology authority Tech.co.

Why we need a new model for HR: part 4, people analytics and science

Evolving the HR operating model is a strong calling for the people profession and not, as some might have you believe, more HR for HR’s sake.

Clunky HR tech costing businesses 26 hours per employee

Poorly designed HR tools are damaging productivity and frustrating employees, according to new research.