Apprenticeships will play a vital role in helping employers embrace new developments in technology, according to research from The 5% Club.
Digital transformation in many organisations is being held back because of a failure to develop employee skills and an over-reliance on technology.
A large majority (87%) of organisations believe that human skills are critical for the future, but few are maximising them in the right way, according to PwC.
Updated to include new XpertHR benchmarking survey data on: learning and development budgets and priorities; leadership development; and pay awards November 2018.
With all the political chaos surrounding the proposed Brexit deal, it's hardly surprising that organisations feel confused about how to build their workforce strategies from 2019 onwards.
XpertHR's annual survey of HR roles and responsibilities monitors changes in the strategic direction and day-to-day running of the HR function. It also explores HR's priorities over the coming 12 months.
Returnships are high on the corporate agenda as employers seek experienced talent and boost diversity. Emma Page looks at the advantages of running a returner programme.
"Systemic" shortages in the NHS workforce mean long-term plans for the health service risk becoming an unachievable wish list, according to healthcare experts, who have cited forecasts that more than one in six posts could be unfilled by 2030.
HR needs to shift its mindset if organisations are to reap the benefits of artificial intelligence, according to a white paper from the Institute of Employment Studies.
Three-quarters of employers do not adapt their performance management systems for staff with disabilities or conditions such as dyslexia and autism, according to Acas.