When COVID sped up Brexit - Honest Burgers turns to Workplace from Facebook to beef up employee engagement
By taking a people-first approach and using technology to reduce the admin burden during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, UK restaurant chain Honest Burgers was able to minimise redundancies, re-skill its workforce and ensure transferrable skills were put to good use
Cancer may be the world’s second largest killer, but there is lots of innovative work going on in the realm of AI software to improve early diagnosis and, therefore, boost survival rates. Two companies doing just that are UK-based C the Signs and Panakeia Technologies.
Team Rubicon, a US NGO that operates in disaster zones, is moving from a reactive to a preventative client services model, with the help of AI. CIO/CTO Raj Kamachee explains the how and the why.
Space agency NASA has created a visual framework to map the future of work and inform its talent agenda both now and into the future
At Gartner's recent ReimagineHR event analysts outline how internal talent marketplaces are emerging to help enterprises redeploy skills to meet challenging conditions
Three projects introduced to support marginalised communities around the world demonstrate just how powerful a technology blockchain can be in enabling quick, secure and private transactions that transform people’s lives for the better.
Automation will change the role of the manager by providing support in areas such as recruitment and pay awards, according to Gartner
Ada Lovelace would be horrified by several studies revealing the amount of harassment female tech workers face on a daily basis. So what can employers do about it?
As countries around the world face an ever-deepening digital skills crisis, the solution to the problem should be global collaboration.
The UK government ignored its own guidance and refused external help, resulting in an A level algorithm disaster that disproportionately impacted students from disadvantaged backgrounds. But what exactly went wrong and what are the implications?
Following the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, diversity training has become a popular fix for all things diversity and inclusion. But is it enough?
The food supply chain in the developed world is changing rapidly due to new technology, ranging from drones to sensors. So here are some innovations at the cutting edge.
The 'biggest cash cow there is' - the potential (or threat) of DNA profiling as part of organizational HCM
While employee monitoring is nothing new, advances in DNA profiling raise the stakes immeasurably without care being taken.