Explore the latest strategic trends, research and analysis
The world of work is changing fast, and skills are becoming more prized than qualifications. How well companies adapt could define their future success.
An estimated 20 million people work as waste pickers – and they're slipping through the cracks. Here's how we can support them in the short and long term.
COVID-19 has exposed silver linings - from medical innovation, global collaboration and greater emphasis on work-life balance, writes economist Mohamed A. El-Erian.
The British furlough scheme paid up to 80% of an employee's salary - but until 1 July, you weren't supposed to work. Many did though.
A new study finds that while immigrants make up roughly 15% of workers in the United States, they are 80% more likely to become entrepreneurs.
Women rather than men often face greater responsibility and guilt for being neither the ideal mother nor the ideal employee, according to an IMF Working Paper.
In 1998, one-fourth of employees polled said they were treated rudely at least once a week. By 2016 that figure had risen to 62%.
Social entrepreneurs are on the pandemic's frontline, and have been hit hard themselves – which is why a new alliance is helping them weather this storm.
Jay Fairbrother is a 38-year-old out of work accountant from New York. He shares his experience of being unemployed during the pandemic as well as his fears for the future.
According to Marchetti's Law, the average worker spends an hour on commuting every working day, a figure which has remained stable since Neolithic times.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unique challenges for the onboarding process as thousands of people have been joining companies remotely.
Workers are reporting feeling unsatisfied with their physical safety at work in the United States, according to data from the Gallup Poll Social Series.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, working from home was a luxury afforded to only 30% of white-collar workers, according to the Office for National Statistics.
We often think of the rise of automation as a modern trend – but throughout history waves of mechanization have changed people’s working lives.
The business world is undergoing rapid and unprecedented change. Here are 6 ways leaders can help their staff adapt and thrive in this new age.