Five ways to embrace neurodiverse workers

Neurodiversity

Many employers are seeking to hire and retain the estimated 15 per cent of the UK working population classed as neurodivergent and whose “different wiring” may offer valuable new insights

How can organisational design improve employee experience?

Creating a purpose-driven employee experience means rethinking how and why organisational structures work. In order to overcome disruption and drive real change, people leaders need to be courageous and tear up the existing human resources rulebook.

Could Japan ever embrace a four-day week?

Japan work week

Traditional attitudes towards employment mean Japan might not be suited to the four-day working week trend spreading worldwide

How employee experience can help drive transformation (in 4 steps)

employee experience transformation the hive

To drive change throughout an organisation, it's key that everyone pulls in the same direction. How can HR leaders create an employee experience that builds relationships between the organisation and its workforce to achieve strategic goals?

AI, ethics and classrooms of the future

Experts chime in on the increasing role of artificial intelligence in education, which is set to transform learning as we know it

The startups pioneering maritime innovation

Maritime recruitment faces a multitude of challenges and obstacles when it comes to propelling the sector into the modern era, but the tide is slowly turning

Understanding the science of decision-making

Exploring why we behave the way we do can unlock key customer insights for brands and have a significant impact on the bottom line

The pros and cons of using AI in HR

There may be a lot to get your head around, but artificial intelligence in human resources is already a reality. Four experts debate the challenges and opportunities