Technology companies have a long way to go in achieving a diverse workforce as women and ethnic minorities often remain under-represented, particularly in senior positions
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When should you innovate? When times are tough, most organisations cut costs and hope to weather the storm, but hope is not a strategy, and the best time to innovate is always
Companies owned by their employees may have important lessons for human resources leaders to learn
Whether it’s to spice up a boring job or express personality and skill, job titles are changing
Technology used ethically can help retain valued staff by spotting potential problems which could cause them to quit
Adopting artificial intelligence within human resources will speed up processes and create more time for the truly human side of the job
The technology revolution of the past 12 years or so has brought huge benefits for organisations and the people who work in them
The pros and cons of a four-day working week fuel a heated debate, which can split or unite bosses and staff
Whatever the job market, enlightened employers will want to retain top talent and develop their skillsets
As digital technology enters more into the mainstream of the art world, how are artists, gallerists and investors adapting?
To mark the centenary of the First World War, one innovative exhibition is leveraging augmented reality to create an immersive artistic experience like nothing seen before
The art of the future demands a gallery of the future to be displayed in, so how will these new cultural institutions look?
Human resources leaders must equip themselves with new skills so their voice is heard by the board
Human resources professionals striving to engage staff can learn from successful brands that put customers first
Work in all its many forms is an important part of our lives
Businesses should adapt and tap the experienced talent pool of older people who are increasingly working past retirement age
Forward-thinking businesses are rushing to position themselves to be accessible across the world
Businesses that take payments only via international credit cards will lose customers in many high-growth countries
The growth of ecommerce in developing countries offers major benefits, with locals strongly positioned to reap the rewards.
With payments and ecommerce breaking down the borders between foreign markets, its never been more important to understand the differences in how cultures transact. Take our quiz to see how your knowledge is!