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You’re fired! Can we trust algorithms to decide who gets sacked and who doesn’t? This article is sponsored by:

Sacking employees by algorithm may not be widespread as yet, but it undoubtedly has legal, ethical and reputational ramifications that need to be evaluated.

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Using technology to help preserve Ukraine’s cultural heritage during the war This article is sponsored by:

Cultural heritage is closely bound up with cultural identity, which is why work is going on in Ukraine to try to save it. Here are two organisations that are digitizing important buildings so they can be restored and reconstructed after the war.

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The day of the digital nomad - why organizational implications accompany the 'anywhere worker' This article is sponsored by:

‘Anywhere workers’ have emerged as a new kind of digital nomad category. But while many employees are keen to give this kind of lifestyle choice a go, employers really do need to weigh up the risks.

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Carbon emission reduction - it's not easy being green, but Orbus and Salesforce are setting a pace This article is sponsored by:

With predictions over climate change becoming ever more cataclysmic and energy prices mounting daily, the time is ripe for tech leaders to start exploring ways to cut the carbon footprint of their own internal IT infrastructure. But as Orbus Software and Salesforce reveal, doing so isn’t quite as easy as it might seem.

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Using no code/low code tools to quickly build systems in support of Ukrainian refugees This article is sponsored by:

Soon after the start of the war in Ukraine, monday.com’s emergency response unit went into one of the refugee camps on the Polish border to help sort out its formidable logistics problems.

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COVID's mental health legacy - how Beamery and Salesforce are supporting employee wellbeing This article is sponsored by:

Generation Z workers have suffered more in mental health terms than any other demographic. Here is what Beamery and Salesforce are doing to help.

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How hospices are using technology to give care workers a voice during the global health crisis This article is sponsored by:

Listening to the voice of your employees can make all the difference in staff retention terms. Here are two hospices that mastered the art during the pandemic and have reaped the benefits.

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The Great Resignation and how to avoid it - two tech firms offer up their tips on staff retention This article is sponsored by:

As the ‘Great Resignation’ continues with spiralling wages being the inevitable outcome, two tech companies share their staff retention secrets.

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IBM and an age-old issue - legal action that might set a precedent across the tech sector, one way or another This article is sponsored by:

Age discrimination is an issue that has sadly traditionally been low down on too many tech companies agendas. But a number of lawsuits against IBM could be about to change all that.

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Thank you for being a friend! How the tech sector is advancing allyship in action This article is sponsored by:

Men have a vital role to play in helping their female tech colleagues flourish. Where does the notion of ‘allyship’ fit into the picture and how it can help a DEI culture to become part of the corporate DNA?

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How NGOs are using digital tools in the fight against deforestation This article is sponsored by:

Technology is becoming increasingly essential in supporting the vital work of NGOs in the fight against deforestation and, ultimately, climate change and ecosystem destruction. The US National Forest Foundation and JustDiggit share what they are doing to boost the effectiveness of their activities, both internal and external.

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