Complete transparency about how your AI technology works, whatever the process, is essential. Without it, employers can run into GDPR challenges and lose the trust and buy-in of colleagues. An impending class action against controversial taxi app developer Uber could have some implications for how such technologies are used in the workplace.Technology Recruitment Practitioners by sector 2015 Practitioners by sector 2016 Practitioners by sector 2019
For many employees the technology they use at home is far ahead of what they have at work. That needs to change rapidly
Many businesses are turning to bots to encourage workers to be more communicative about issues and to help identify mental health problems, says Jo Gallacher
In the last 15 years the use of data and analytics in HR has grown rapidly. CIPD research found in 2018, 75% of companies globally reported using HR analytics.
The headlines that the BBC’s director-general Tim Davie has introduced sweeping new guidance on staff’s use of social media and rules on presenters moonlighting for private companies, raise interesting questions on the limits of employers “spying” on their employees.
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.