After the outcry about sexual harassment at work, more organisations are overhauling their culture. Plus: gig workers flex their muscles and win new privileges; how to inspire long-term loyalty in short-term hires; and taking an implicit bias test
Advances in artificial intelligence and the use of big data will see freight companies jettison drivers, delivery groups switch to using robots, and transport companies become far more efficient, but what will these changes mean for jobs?
As the country assumes EU’s rotating presidency, we take a look at its government’s plans to improve its judicial system, fight corruption, attract foreign direct investments, spark tourism growth, and prevent a return to financial turmoil
We assess the aims of F1’s new owners, Liberty Media, the call for more competitive races, how F1 technology boosts industry, tax disputes, emerging markets’ view of the sport and the drive to widen its appeal to the fans
In this report, we discuss the scarcity of highly skilled talent in the tech world, Japan’s multi-cultural approach to education, the importance of diversity in the workforce and why scrutiny is increasing over the number of athletes changing nationality to win Olympic medals
Institutions and tenets of democracy have been tested in 2017, and the legal sector has been drawn into a series of political battles. Plus: firms using data for ‘Moneyball’-style self-analysis; and companies’ in-house teams ranked alongside law firms
In this report, why a third of the world’s food is wasted on the journey from ‘farm to fork’; modified salmon opens the floodgates to consumption of GM animals; scientists call for beetles, crickets and caterpillars to join the menu of human staples
Organisations want to recruit skilled and clever people and then encourage them to contribute to the full. By promoting diversity and social mobility in the workplace they can hope to attract the best employees — and keep them