People

Business-to-business products set to support older workers

As more companies realise the benefits of retaining and supporting an older workforce, is there now a growing market for B2B (business to business) innovations for the silver-tech workplace?

How can leadership reverse the employee engagement slump?

From compassionate leadership to strategic responses to the pandemic, our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at new research to address employee engagement

How far will the lawmakers go to protect home workers?

In our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we look at Germany’s intention to legislate to give employees the right to work from home – and at human-centric design principles to support their wellbeing in the office

How the pandemic punched a hole in US employee engagement

There has been a sharp reverse in employee engagement in American companies after years of progress - there may be trouble ahead

Covid-19 calls for a collision of workplace and people analytics

Higher-value interpersonal work has suffered unnoticed in the pandemic. Do we need new measures for effectiveness and productivity in the hybrid world of work we are now entering?

Working from home: be careful what you wish for

As a second wave of coronavirus sends workforces back into the home once again, Kevin McCullagh sifts through the evidence to show that an office-free working future might not be all it is cracked up to be

Senior service: the older office workers welcoming change

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the group of office workers most likely to benefit from radical reverses in workplace design towards privacy and flexibility

Undercover: do older workers in the US still get a raw deal?

Forty years ago, designer Pattie Moore dressed as old woman in a unique social experiment to investigate ageism in America’s cities. Can we say things have improved?