The Social Mobility Commission’s annual State of the Nation report has found that social mobility has remained virtually stagnant since 2014 - but also highlights the risks posed by automation.
Sir Mark Sedwill and the Cabinet Office have published a guide on why diversity and inclusion is a matter of national security and what organisations can do to help.
MPs recommend gender pay gap reporting be extending to companies with over 50 employees - pay gap in some sectors “obscene”
An influential select committee highlights that the information and communication sector has the fourth worst - out of 19 sectors monitored - gender pay gap in the UK.
Digital transformation in government needs to be built around delivering better public services to citizens, says Keith Block.
Two UK-based organisations are trying to make it easier for students from disadvantaged backgrounds to get work without family connections.
A new study RSA provides a convincing policy proposal to fund every citizen under the age of 55 with a £5,000 “opportunity dividend” for up to two years.
World Economic Forum 2018 - UK Prime Minister hectors social media investors at expense of stronger post-Brexit pitch
UK Prime Minister Theresa May addressed an audience of billionaires and potential post-Brexit investors at the WEF. So she decided the best use of her speech was to launch yet another attack on Facebook and Google.
Tech industry leaders have pooled their skills and educational resources in a bid to improve prospects of workers in the 4IR economy.
If anything is more important than trust in your corporate values heirarchy, then you're in trouble. But what is trust? Important debate at the World Economic Forum.
Employers must up their game to attract, develop and keep digital talent, according to a new report by Capgemini and LinkedIn.
Innovation labs were the future once - and they can still work, despite some high profile closures. But, says Salesforce's Tony Colon, there are some important questions for organizations to ask.
Hug a robot - they're not coming for your jobs after all, despite the armageddon peddlers dire predictions. A wide-ranging report on the Future of Work that deserves a lot of attention.
A UK cross-political party group has produced some interesting and compelling recommendations around AI policy that could be usefully adapted at home and internationally.