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IR35: Do you know the ins and outs?

There’s something rather unpopular and controversial afoot and it’s something freelancers, consultants and interims can’t ignore. If you are one of the estimated 900,000...

The case for a four-day workweek?

Three-quarters of workers crave a longer weekend. New global research has discovered that nearly half (45 per cent) of full-time employees say it should take...

‘Oculus for Business’ launches to help enterprises build VR

Oculus wants to help companies VR experiences for their clients and customers. So today it launched “Oculus for Business,” which lets companies buy $900 Oculus Rift...

LinkedIn adds AI-based smart replies

LinkedIn — the Microsoft-owned platform for networking with professional contacts and career advancing — has been in the middle of a long-term makeover of...

US tech company becomes the first to microchip employees

A tech company in Wisconsin has announced that it will become the first business in the US to microchip its employees. The Wisconsin company Three Square Market is...

Air New Zealand look to Augmented Reality to support cabin crew

Air New Zealand has been working with information technology service provider Dimension Data on unique software for Microsoft's augmented reality (AR) viewer HoloLens that...

54 percent said it’s harder to find qualified talent now than...

Technology and markets are changing, new skill sets are required to keep pace with faster than ever technological advances. A new study has found...

Six jobs are eliminated for every robot introduced into the workforce,...

The threat of robots taking human jobs is very real and is already happening according to new research released by the National Bureau of Economic Research. Looking...

smileguide 10: The Changing Role of Internal Communications

Download our free smileguide: The Changing Role of IC

Lawrence Clarke, Peter Furtado and Nick Crawford

Many conversations in 2015 point to my aspirations for 2016. I can’t confidently predict this will happen, but my wish is that people will...
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