Employees' expectations of how their employer will support their physical and mental health are growing. Sheldon Kenton from Bupa considers how employers can ensure they're offering the right mix of health benefits to their globally mobile workforce.
The rise of artificial intelligence in the workplace poses a little-discussed question - wouldn't it be better if the HR department, not the programmers, oversaw robots? Rob Mettler suggests the idea is not as bizarre as it sounds.
With HR professionals identifying data and analytics as a top priority area for the profession, new analysis from XpertHR Benchmarking reveals six essential HR metrics for 2018.
The ONS reports that UK productivity levels lag behind our international partners. How can employers make the most of their human capital to move this forward? Executive coach Sarah Sweetman offers some pointers.
Workday's VP of product strategy for EMEA, Mark Judd, used to be one of the cloud-based software vendor's customers. Now he's advising HR and IT professionals on how to invest in HR technology to achieve true business transformation. He speaks to Personnel Today about the customer-supplier relationship.
Millennial employees now dominate the workforce, and it won't be long before they're running those same organisations. So what can we expect of their leadership styles? Jose Carvalho showcases some research from American Express.
As HR accelerates to keep up with multiple changes in and outside the workplace, what role can data analytics play in creating cultures that retain the best staff and foster productivity? Jonathan Ferrar from Alderbrooke Group explains.
Despite the political uncertainty of Brexit, many businesses face increased demand for their products and services, but struggle to find the talent to support this growth. Outgoing chief executive of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, Kevin Green, explains why strong leadership can make all the difference.
Unconscious bias can stop us making the best recruitment and progression decisions at work, but what if some or all of the processes involved were automated? Robert Bolton, partner at the Global HR Centre of Excellence at KPMG in the UK, examines the potential for technology to help employers shake off discrimination.
Research shows that sought-after technical workers increasingly want to work on a freelance basis. So how can employers stand out from the crowd to attract this talent and keep skilled workers coming back? Hired's Donna Yelmokas offers three key pieces of advice.