Research looks at the 'leaky pipeline’ in European economies - the attrition rate between junior and senior ranks.
From getting line managers on board to redefining productivity, here are four shifts towards working flexibly.
New research from Oracle and Future Workplace shows employees are open to the idea of automated intelligence in the workplace.
Employees are increasingly happy to receive orders from AI or bots – who are freeing up managers to pay better attention to their employees.
Educators have long recognized there is something of a “sweet spot” when it comes to learning - being right 85% of the time.
A city that was once on its knees has become a model for successful urban transformation.
A survey of 4,000 managers from 120 countries has found four mindsets adopted by leaders: producers, investors, connectors, and explorers.
In a study of 75,000 employees, Gallup found that 23% of workers reported feeling burned out always or very often at work. Could fewer hours be the answer?
In Europe the price of labor—namely wages—is rising at a robust pace, but inflation has barely risen.
It’s long been thought employees do a better job when they are happy, and now researchers working with the University of Oxford say they have the figures to back up the theory.
The multi-generational workforce is a big opportunity for employers around the world. Here's why.
When it comes to natural disasters, information sharing is paramount to overcome adversity, so why when it comes to cybersecurity is data hoarded by companies and governments?
Company perks have been big in workplaces for a while - but what are their real value to employees?
The hashtag “glasses ban” started trending on Twitter Wednesday, after Japan’s Nippon TV aired a story about companies that require female employees to wear contact lenses instead of glas...
Soft and stretchable: it can conduct heat and electricity, actively change its shape, the shape-morphing can be activated electrically, it is also resilient to significant damage and is s...