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.
The Salvation Army has taken advantage of Microsoft Teams collaboration technology to digitise the organisation and provide previously rarely included employee groups with a voice to help shape future operations.
Employee mental health - why COVID-19’s lasting impact on tech worker wellbeing is a fresh employer duty of care
The COVID-19 crisis has led to a sharp rise in mental health issues among tech workers and experts warn that the impacts are likely to last far longer than the pandemic itself unless tackled correctly.
Two Norwegian companies, Motitech and No Isolation, have designed simple, but effective age-tech solutions to improve the quality of life of older people by making them compelling and easy to use.
How can business make sure Diversity & Inclusion stays top of the corporate agenda? Learnings from Google, Salesforce and SAP
The killing of George Floyd has put Diversity & Inclusion firmly on the CEO agenda, but how is the tech sector responding in terms of meaningful and lasting change?
After the work-from-home disruption of COVID-19, experts predict major change ahead as people return to the workplace
While global M&A activity may have plummeted as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, for those organizations involved in deals prior to lockdown, the key to integration success is to focus on your people.
If life after lockdown is too see some kind of return to office working, thought needs to be given to transition back to a new version of normal.
Organizations might leave lockdown behind, but not liability - HR and legal questions around COVID-19 re-opening
While the talk may be of emerging from lockdown, workplace responsibilities will remain subject to constraints and questions of liability.
Keeping employees calm, engaged and productive isn't going to be easy in the middle of a lockdown due to a global pandemic. Here's some frontline advice from two tech companies based on what they are doing to help their workforces cope with the ‘new normal’.
The mental health of many CISOs is at breaking point, according to a new report. So what can be done about it before disaster strikes?
Fujitsu’s aim is to cut its gender pay gap to zero by the 2030 deadline laid out in the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. But how?
An article in the Harvard Business Review claims that the VC pitching process is failing female entrepreneurs, which means that funds are not being awarded to the best investment opportunities. But female founders believe the situation is much more complex than simply one of discrimination.