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A recent survey found that 44.5 per cent of the workforce will proactively seek AI-related upskilling through their employer in the next five years.

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Employers need to place more emphasis on ensuring that candidates have a positive experience in the screening process, or risk hindering talent attraction and retention. That’s according to specialist background screening firm, Sterling.

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The existence of a large “gig economy” made up of temporary workers harms wage growth for all and has led to a wage growth slowdown in Europe, new research from the Vienna University of Economics and Business shows.

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Employees who share similar motivation for achievement with their managers are much more likely to speak up and share their ideas, concerns or feedback, according to new research by Durham University Business School.

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Treating your employees fairly at work will ensure they flourish, thus boosting the team’s performance, according to new research by Emlyon Business School.

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‘Dragging on meetings longer than they need to be’, ‘interrupting’ and ‘ignoring others’ have been identified by those surveyed as the three most annoying online meeting behaviours in a survey of 1,016 office workers.

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