Tech has increased safety, efficiency and technical skills of employees at Mali’s Syama mining project, which can teach businesses valuable lessons about work in an automated age
Future of Work 2019
74 per cent of UK adults have felt so stressed at some point over the last year they felt overwhelmed or unable to cope, but what strategies are being implemented to tackle the root causes of workplace stress and burnout? Our Future of Work special report, published in The Times, explores why work needs to be worthwhile looking beyond profits to set companies apart and what lessons a Mali mine can teach businesses about work in an automated age. It examines why traditional attitudes towards unemployment mean Japan might not be suited to the worldwide four-day work week trend. Also featured is an infographic on the dramatic differences in statutory parental leave worldwide.
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Traditional attitudes towards employment mean Japan might not be suited to the four-day working week trend spreading worldwide
Distractions take many forms in the workplace, so could breaking up large tasks into smaller bursts be the antidote to procrastination?
An innovative online platform solves the problem of recruiting and managing quality casual workers, at the click of a button
As organisations adapt to new ways of working, email hasn’t kept up and is hindering alignment, says Johann Butting, head of EMEA, Slack
With four out of five workers in a non-desk-based role, unconnected to emails, businesses are missing out on leveraging the ideas and knowledge of those most engaged with customers and products. Connecting the entirety of their organisation is crucial