Nearly three-quarters (71%) of UK workers said AI or 'robots' give them better support for their careers than people do, as they feel unheard by their employers.
An increase in the number of digital tools used by businesses for people-related tasks is causing discord among employees and putting HR at risk of overload.
Technology – love it or loathe it, there can be no question that it’s enabled the world of work to continue with some sense of normality over the course of the pandemic.
MPs have urged government to be more proactive in planning for the future of work in a new Work and Pensions report.
Speaking at the opening keynote on day 2 of the CIPD’s Festival of Work Carl Benedikt Frey, director of the Future of Work programme at Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford, argued that place is...
Employees feel anxious about various factors of automation, including pressures to be 'always on' and changes to their roles
Workers are concerned that they will return to work after long absences and technology will have completely changed
A significant proportion of young women are reluctant to enter STEM careers because of gender barriers, meaning UK employers are missing out on vital talent
?A third (34%) of UK workers at the sharp end of changing labour demands are waiting for redundancy before switching careers, according to Learning People