Technology

HR among top sectors to benefit from government AI grants, data reveals 

HR organisations are among those benefiting most from government grants for adapting to AI innovation, research has revealed. 

Four ways technology can reduce employee turnover

Humans are nothing if not predictable. No matter how well we think we’re hiding our actions, we are, unfortunately, often telegraphing our intentions.

HR lessons from the Horizon Scandal

Internal investigations are back in the media spotlight, after a TV drama fuelled fresh momentum for the long-running campaign in favour of people affected by the Post Office IT scandal. Will recent...

Half of HR professionals on verge of quitting due to burnout

Half (50%) of HR professionals are on the verge of quitting due to burnout, according to research from the HR platform, MHR.

Younger HR professionals winning AI race

Younger HR professionals are using AI more than their older counterparts, according to a study from software company Personio.

Deskless workers feel left behind by technology

A quarter (27%) of deskless workers feel left out of conversations about technological advances, according to research from Virgin Media O2 Business.

Head of AI roles tripled since 2018

Head of AI positions have tripled globally in the last five years, while job posts mentioning AI have more than doubled (2.3x) in the UK in the last two years, according to new research from...

Cover story: AI risks and hazards (Part 2)

In part two of our September/October issue's cover story, Jo Gallacher explores the risks inherent in the powerful new technology of AI.

Cover story: AI risks and hazards

AI looks set to be a game-changer for HR, but adoption is fraught with potential risks. Jo Gallacher outlines the pitfalls and assesses how organisations should proceed.

Tech may be smart, but HR can be smarter

If something was AI-generated, do you think you’d be able to tell?

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...

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.