The new US president wants to bring jobs back to the US, but – whatever the long-term impact of protectionism – pundits anticipate the continued destruction of jobs due to automation. It’s easy to find examples of jobs disappearing in the motor industry, displaced by physical robots, a phenomenon first seen in 1937 and popular […]
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To get that ideal role, there’s one word that can transform your resume to impress the hiring manager. ‘Which’ is followed by an explanation. It enables us to demonstrate the value we add. Then at interview, we need to demonstrate higher order thinking skills (per Bloom’s taxonomy) that differentiate us from artificial intelligence. Once we’ve […]
Due to the pressures of Christmas, UK charity Relate received a 39% increase in calls to their telephone helpline last January. It’s that time again. Divorce damages mental health, second only to the death of a spouse or child. The stress of divorce generates a huge cost for employee and employer alike, with productivity falling as […]
“We have entered an international era where the need for dynamic, globally-equipped, adaptive employees has become increasingly necessary to the success of organisations. Whilst employees want to develop their careers, they may lack the career management skills to do so and look to their employer for support. Better clarity is needed to understand the career […]
Millions here in the UK have been gripped by The Archers radio soap opera about the psychological abuse suffered by Helen, causing her to doubt herself and her efficacy (and to stab her husband). Violence against women is one cause of the gender wage gap that isn’t getting enough attention. Hiding the abuse means that […]