Almost three quarters (73%) of UK businesses expect COVID-19 to bring about a new wave of workplace and industry automation.
Uber is cutting a further 3,000 jobs as the ride hailing app is hit by the second wave of major lay-offs at the company in just two weeks.
Twitter will let its employees work from home permanently following the COVID-19 pandemic, and won’t reopen until September 2020 with few exceptions.
Over half of UK firms (53%)businesses have seen increased or unchanged productivity following lockdown-implemented remote working, according to new research.
In collaboration with industry experts from the International Chambers of Commerce, the World Economic Forum and the World Wide Web Foundation, Dun & Bradstreet hosted a webinar explaining the impact of the pandemic on global markets and economies; both now and in future. This report highlights some of the key learning outcomes from the event.
UX agency Sigma has launched Workplace Express, a platform for streamlining internal communications and working practices, while working remotely, to help businesses continue to operate during the current global crisis.
As technology and automation continues to advance at a staggering rate, the job sector will too, quickly adapting to support breakthroughs across industries. New research looks at 12 types of jobs that don’t exist yet, but could be crucial roles in the coming decades.
Workers have reported improvements in productivity and mental health over the past several weeks due to the rise in remote working and see light at the end of the tunnel, but engagement and motivation remain low, according to new research.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to cuts to all forms of marketing activity in the UK, dropping 6.1% overall, but marketers are being urged to think twice before pulling spend, according to the latest IPA Bellwether report.
Two thirds of UK workers believe working from home will be more common after the Coronavirus crisis.
Over 41% of UK employees claim they miss office banter after working from home during the Covid-19 crisis, according to new research.
As the coronavirus crisis has intensified, most businesses have commendably followed government advice to enable their employees to work from home. NordVPN Teams has discovered this mass shift in work location has caused a huge surge in the use of business virtual private networks (VPN).
The UK’s B2B marketing community has revealed that it is experiencing a great deal of turbulence as a result of Covid-19.
The technology sector, including information tech, Internet, and software, is one of the best prepared industries to weather a mass home working strategy, according to new research.
Consumer messaging apps have overtaken email for work communication via mobile, which in turn is creating new privacy and security risks faced by employers and employees, according to a new report.
80% of employees hoped that tech-enabled remote working capabilities would give them better work-life balance. However the reality is far different, with almost half (42%) claiming that new smart working practices are negatively impacting their work-life balance, according to new research.
A report last year found that less than 5% of women hold CEO positions at companies around the world. The number of women in leadership roles is still vastly behind men who hold these job titles, but how does the tech industry perform for women in CEO roles?
The number of tech jobs advertised in the UK fell 52% from mid-2019 to the end of the year, according to new data.
Smart thermostats are the most popular IoT device that Brits want for their home, ahead of a smart doorbell, according to new research.
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona has been cancelled after a growing number of firms pulled out over coronavirus fears.