With the great depression underway, HR has an opportunity to prove its worth by learning from two success stories.
This network brings together current students, staff and alumni interested in issues affecting women and all other underrepresented groups in business. Our strength lies in the fact that we come from a variety of industries and locations around the world.
Alongside face-to-face events, the group offers a place to network, learn, share experiences and help women grow and develop professionally. Any member can invite guests, work colleagues, and contacts of their choice to events – men are encouraged to attend and join the conversation.
Mairead Brady argues now is the time for marketers to re-assess their strategy as restrictions ease and a new post-pandemic normal begins.
Warwick Business School is to be part of a £1.8 million project investigating new policies that will help UK workers left behind by new automation technologies.
On the back of BT announcing it will make sure 25 per cent of its workforce are from non-white backgrounds by 2030, Marianna Fotaki lists the advantages of having a diverse staff.
Robots could be taught to recognise human emotions from our movements, a new study shows.
Crowd sizes could be estimated more quickly and accurately by using social media platform Instagram, scientists have found.
Employers who want to attract more job applicants – particularly younger ones – should talk about their work-life balance policies when recruiting.
A post-pandemic increase in working from home will not yield greater benefits for disabled workers or reduce the disability employment gap, researchers at Warwick Business School and Bayes Business School found.
The pandemic has left the global supply chain in disarray. Mark Johnson, Professor of Operations Management, believes five strategic questions are vital for supply chain managers to keep on top of the uncertainty.