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Health fears leading to economically inactive older workers

New UK research highlights the role of the pandemic and fears around mental and physical health as key factors in making employees aged 50 and over economically inactive

Career cushioning: why job-hopping resembles the dating game

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at two taboo subjects in the workplace – the rise of keeping your job options open and the need for flexible support for women experiencing the menopause

Will job losses in big tech companies call a halt to hybrid working?

An economic downturn in Silicon Valley could have unseen consequences for new ways of working as future-of-work pioneers take a tumble and shed jobs

Are caring commitments slowing down the return to office?

This WORKTECH Academy Briefing looks at the record numbers of workers staying away from the workplace to meet caring responsibilities, and at the opening of Apple’s new London campus

Improving workplace experience in small-to-medium enterprises

Smaller firms are in an excellent position in terms of talent attraction and retention as we move on from the pandemic - but it all depends on improving their workplace experience

Are social media influencers a gateway to hiring young talent?

How can traditional firms stay competitive in the race for young talent? A new trend suggests that career influencers on social media could play a critical role in reaching newer demographics

Attitudes to hybrid: positive but juniors get raw deal

Employees are appreciating the benefits of hybrid working but are being held back by a lack of investment in enabling technologies, especially younger staff, according to a new report from Condeco

Will the end of summer speed up the return to office?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a mood swing by business leaders towards getting more people back to the office, Under Armour’s sporty new HQ and our upcoming Singapore conference