There is a huge gulf between how people use artificial intelligence (AI) at home and at work, according to a study of US employees and HR leaders by software company Oracle.
As the workplace rapidly evolves, HR faces the challenge of boosting productivity through technologies such as artificial intelligence while also ensuring the 'human' side of work is engaging and has meaning. Oracle's Andy Campbell explains.
Nine in 10 business leaders believe artificial intelligence (AI) will be critical to their organisation's survival over the next five years, according to a survey by SAP.
As consumers we're now used to conversing with Siri or Alexa, but how will the proliferation of this technology in the workplace support wellbeing and engagement? Andrew Wayland from Alexander Mann Solutions predicts immense benefits from the rise of voice technology at work.
Tesco is implementing new technology which could see its employees working with levels of flexibility more associated with gig economy companies such as Uber. Rob Moss reports on the supermarket's plans to optimise its workforce.
It's well known that men tend to overestimate their abilities while women under-sell themselves when applying for roles - just one of many cultural factors influencing the gender pay gap. Could artificial intelligence help overcome this challenge? Alex Cresswell examines how AI could help.
As the 'war for talent' intensifies and organisations battle to stay ahead of digital transformation, HR strategies could hold the key to success in these turbulent times. David Perring, director of research at Fosway Group, highlights some of the main findings of its 2017-18 HR Realities research.
If there was one consistent theme etched through this week's UNLEASH conference (formerly HR Tech World) it was not to stand still.
If you haven't heard of blockchain, perhaps you've heard of Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency that uses its technology? Sam Fletcher of global executive leadership advisory firm 6 Group takes a look at how blockchain could transform the daily work of the HR department.
How does an IT security company ensure its own employees don't pose a risk? With insider threats on the rise in companies, close collaboration between HR and info-security departments is key, according to Forcepoint CHRO Kristin Leary.
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