In the final blog of her series examining technology’s impact on HR, Bukola Odofin examines the artificial intelligence tools which will change HR teams’ day-to-day activities.
I’m sure you’ve read wild speculation about the impact of artificial intelligence on our lives. Some of the most extreme predictions have been about the technology’s impact on the world of work.
The 2020s herald a new era of flexibility at work. New technology has made working practices and polices unrecognisable when comparing the beginning of the 2010s with the end.
HR professionals need to stay abreast of both new technology and the organisational values which candidates desire.
A recent report unveiled by the Financial Times (FT) has seen the Reed Group ranked 272nd out of 700 for its diversity and inclusion strategies.
HR professionals often have to be all things to all people, but even so, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who would describe their organisation’s HR team as data analysts.
HR is far from unique as a sector in being subject to technological disruption. However, the opportunities and challenges new technology presents to HR professionals is unique.
A REED HR expert received a top industry acknowledgement yesterday (Tuesday 17 September 2019).
We, Reed Specialist Recruitment, were recently awarded ‘Most Motivational Benefits’ at the 2019 Employee Benefits Awards, in London. The award recognised the commitment and investment we make in ou...
HR departments are being left out of strategic boardroom decisions across the UK, according to research released today (Wednesday 26 June 2019), by a leading human resources recruitment specialist.