Are women being left behind in the race for hybrid?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing examines how hybrid working might disadvantage women as they find themselves unable to climb the corporate ladder due to working from home

Wellbeing conference points way to finding inner peace

How can we develop more positive and inclusive workplaces in the new era? Speakers at WORKTECH’s latest Wellbeing conference in London offered some mind-expanding ideas

Zoom leads waning tech stocks as a new reality bites

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at why the fortunes of technology companies are in the balance after big gains in lockdown and how you can contribute to our survey on the state of hybrid

Innovation versus regulation: managing risks of early AI adoption

As more companies rush to integrate AI into their workplace, there is growing concern about the lack of regulation in the field and the potential risks this poses for early adopters of AI

Why the cyborg workforce will arrive sooner than you think

New research by The Law Society in the UK highlights how crucial it is to get our heads around neurotechnology and its impact on the workforce before it becomes exploitative

The rise of quiet quitting: from pandemic to epidemic

This WORKTECH Wednesday briefing looks at the growing phenomenon of the ‘quiet quitter’. Why has it become such a trending topic and what are the implications for employers?

Dog days: will pet-friendly offices be the new normal?

With a drastic increase in the number of pet owners during lockdown, many employers are re-evaluating their pet policies in order to tempt younger workers back to the office

Is it time to change the lexicon around employee engagement?

Does the language around evaluation of employee performance matter? Microsoft’s decision to replace employee ‘engagement’ with employee ‘thriving’ suggests a wider perspective is on the way