HR

It’s Not One or the Other: How Humans and AI Make Better HR Decisions Together

Artificial intelligence is a “powerful resource for any kind of organization,” researchers Prasanna Matsa and Kusuma Gullamajji write in their 2019 report on AI’s impact on human resources. “Integration of HR practices with AI based applicants definitely have a stronger impact in enhancing the organizational performance.”

Where are we now? A global snapshot of mental health at work

Change doesn’t just happen. Sure, many more organisations are now alive to the power of supporting employee wellbeing. But actually, etching this into company culture? That takes real, informed and focused work.

But wait. Before action, we first need awareness. That’s why Unmind (via InSites Consulting) quizzed 1,200 knowledge workers at companies with 500+ staff, across the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand, about mental health and wellbeing.

Gaslighting at Work: What It Looks Like and How To Combat It

By CoachHub

Denial is a powerful force. Having someone question your lived experience can be enough to shake the foundations of your reality, causing you to doubt even your own memory. This form of abuse is known as gaslighting, and it also happens in the workplace. It is used to manipulate colleagues to accept unfair and exploitative situations and can even make the victim cast doubt on their sanity.

3 steps for fostering a more inclusive workplace

The new world of work marks the start of a new chapter for diversity and inclusion (D&I) initiatives. Rather than being viewed as solely an HR issue, cultivating a culture of empowerment and inclusivity is now something the entire C-suite prioritizes. In fact, about 1 in 2 CEOs view building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce as one of their top challenges for 2022.

Brand modernisation, candidate inclusivity and how workplaces are changing

News broke this week of one of the world’s most recognisable brands changing a long-held hiring rule. 

This shift in employee expectation both opens up new markets of candidate opportunity and asks its customers to challenge long-held biases and beliefs of what that brand should “look” like. 

It was, of course, the news that Virgin Airways are letting people with visible tattoos become cabin crew. 

The Antidote to the Great Resignation

Expectation vs Reality

Do you remember your very first day on the job? For me, it was a mix of feelings I would describe as excitement, anticipation, a sprinkling of fear, and butterflies - lots of butterflies.

Regardless of what your exact emotional cocktail contained; you also brought a set of expectations into this relationship with your new employer. Some were informed by past experiences in previous jobs, some were created during the recruiting process, and yet others were likely based on your unique desires and preferences.

Pilot with Patrick Burns (Sales Director at EdCast)

Welcome to EdTalks, brought to you by EdCast.

In this pilot episode, your host, Patrick Burns (Sales Director and Host of EdTalks), brings to life what he expects from some of his guests along the way in Season 1 and why the future of work has become such a prevalent topic.

Are you looking for a bit of inspiration? Do you have an idea of what you want from your job? Does your employer know what their employees want from their role?