Engagement and wellbeing are a winning combination to unlock performance and productivity.
Alongside the emergence of the on-demand or gig economy, there is a pressing need to help people understand how the future of work means a need to refresh or learn new skills. That's proving much harder than it might at first seem and especially for those at the low end of the income/skills ladder.
UBI is not a new concept but in the hand of Andy Stern it takes on a fresh meaning in a world where the nature of work is undergoing seismic shifts.
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A strong collaboration environment can deliver a strong result. Here is how PLNU did just that.
Next: Economy opens the political debate about the nature and future of work. It is something the tech industry tends to avoid but that won't be possible going forward.
Senior manager Jonathan Meyers explains what he would have done differently if he were to start the cloud HR transformation project again.
Mars senior manager Jonathan Meyers was speaking at Dreamforce in San Francisco last week, where he provided insight into the company’s HR transformation in the cloud.
The alarming lack of computer science educated students is only matched by the lack of teachers in this discipline. Vandana Sikka talks about how this problem could be solved, It will take time, effort, money and commitment. Infosys Foundation USA is working towards that goal.
B Lab is supporting a movement of companies that not only strive for greater profits, but also for greater social and environmental good.
A meagre 4 in 10 students claimed to know what consultants do. Many get their market intelligence from watching TV shows featuring consultants. Hardly surprising that consulting recruitment is tough. But it's worse than that. Read on.
The complexity of people, particularly when it comes to race, gender and class, may seem challenging for organisations. It doesn't have to be.
It is difficult enough for women to achieve equal status with men in the workplace. A recent study confirms what black women have known for many years - it is doubly difficult. Some employers though are demonstrating an enlightened approach to this specific inequality.