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Tips for managing a remote workforce

Some employees will have most of the equipment required, but is it fit for purpose? For example, a home router comes configured for domestic use and may have unchanged, out-of-the-box default settings. Such equipment may pose a risk to data security and remote workers must take appropriate steps to mitigate […]

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The employment related implications of COVID-19

It is clear that the government considers business a key part of its public health strategy. As government interventions are progressively increased, there is likely to be, at least for some time, less discretion for employers planning their immediate response to these issues, writes Nerida Jessup. Over recent days and […]

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Overcoming the cultural resistance of AI

Implementing any new technology can be complex and therefore requires cross-functional participation. Creating the right culture for AI to be successful is not a function or capability; it requires pervasive support. Without total cross-functional buy-in, businesses will struggle, especially if there are plans to do it truly at scale., writes […]

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Stem the panic with decisive leadership

Organisations that have waited until now to realise they have inadequate leadership strategies in place will find themselves on the defensive; focused on staying afloat rather than moving forward. Knowing when to pivot and abandon strategies that have previously worked can mean the difference between success or failure and is […]

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