Most HR teams are avoiding use of AI in recruitment

Nine out of 10 (92%) HR professionals said they do not use AI in recruitment and most don’t have plans to do so in the next 12 months, according to a new survey from the Recruitment and Employment...

AI jargon HR needs to know

As employers implement more AI systems, new jargon, from 'machine learning' to 'black box,' is making its way to the office.

Four future HR trends from Dayforce’s Insights conference

Held at the Wynn in Las Vegas, HR software company Dayforce (formerly Ceridian) hosted three days of sessions and talks, headlined by actor Kevin Bacon.

We need to prepare for the AI revolution – and soon

Given all the recent talk and headlines about the impact of AI on our lives it was a bit anti-climactic that a recent survey by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) found that nine out...

AI could help dyslexic workers progress

Almost two thirds (66%) of dyslexic professionals say AI tools can help them climb the career ladder, according to new research from LinkedIn and charity Made By Dyslexia.

Why any talent strategy needs to start with some simple first steps

How do you ensure your organisation grows the skills and leaders it needs to face the challenges of tomorrow? By having a strategy that recognises and embraces the whole self.

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What is #WorkTok?

Hashtag #WorkTok, for work-related videos made by TikTok users, now has 1.9 billion views. But what is a #5-to9? #QuitTok? #StoryTime? Here's glossary of key trends to help HR understand why it is so...

Mitigating risks: How HR can safely navigate AI

Much has been written and said about AI and its potential to revolutionise the way we work. While generative AI has been around for a few years, it came to the forefront in November 2022 when OpenAI...

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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