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A team of researchers at MIT are developing an AI system that can sense when a person's cognitive fatigue is interfering with their performance at work.
A study on Danish men has shown those in more physical jobs are 55% more likely to develop dementia, even when lifestyle factors were taken into account.
Natural capital provides multiple benefits to life yet human activity destroys its inherent value. In light of this, there are calls to conserve 30% of the planet’s surface.
According to a study, leaders who were able to balance their approach and focus equally on results and people were seen as great 72% of the time.
Analysis from the Pew Research Center shows how the pandemic has changed employment status and working hours among mothers and fathers.
A new survey by U.S. firm, Enterprise Technology Research has shown that remote working is set to double in 2021 compared to pre-pandemic levels.
Inexpensive, easier-to-access training can meet projected labor demand and help business maximize the possibilities of the technology.
As remote work looks here to stay, speaking more rather than emailing could improve our connection with colleagues and our well-being.
Frameworks for measuring the value of human capital should match those used to measure financial and intellectual capital.
Fostering an open, non-judgmental culture will give your company the flexibility and capacity to survive in these uncertain times.
We asked our social media followers for tips to help us all stay focused – and boost our well-being. From practising mindfulness to decluttering our desks, here's what you said.
Labour underutilization in the early stages of a young person’s career has long term effects, including reduced employment opportunities and earning potential decades later.
With COVID, AI and automation, jobs are resetting at an accelerated pace, and people are only just catching up.
Critical thinking and problem-solving top the list of skills employers believe will grow in prominence in the next five years, according to the Future of Jobs report.