Making predictions for the workplace is fraught with risk but Emma Shipp and Lynne Adams take a punt on technological change, new legislation, societal trends and, yes, Brexit, to lay out the likely challenges for HR professionals over the next 10 years.
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.
Will HR tech help transform HR processes for the future workforce? Only if they are implemented in the right way, speakers at the Unleash World Conference and Expo suggested. Ashleigh Webber reports
Employers and HR are told they need to be agile but how can you achieve it? David Perring outlines the 2018 findings into the realities of HR around the world from Fosway Group's annual research, in association with this week's Unleash event in Amsterdam.
There's an explosion of start-ups offering HR tech solutions, but how on earth can organisations keep up with the pace of innovation? Alex Cresswell from pymetrics looks at the growing trend for digital innovation consultants who help HR teams to sort the wheat from the chaff.
An inability to quickly introduce new IT services to their workforce is restricting organisations' competitiveness and ability to offer staff the flexible workspaces they desire.
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.
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.
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