For many employees the technology they use at home is far ahead of what they have at work. That needs to change rapidly
Payroll has come into its own in the past six months. There has never been a greater focus on the importance of having solid payroll than during this pandemic.
Following recent focus on the BBC's new stance on presenters' use of social media, David Lorimer and Abigail Cannon of Fieldfisher delve into whether employers can police the social media content of their employees.
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 wrong?
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.
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.
Just 35% of employees or their representatives are currently consulted by leadership before introducing new technology in the workplace.
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.
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.