From October 2022 to May 2023, we’ll unveil new findings and implications on different aspects of technology and its impact on the workplace and people management. Among the issues, we’ll explore what bosses think about using software to monitor remote workers, and examine their approach to using artificial intelligence (AI) and automation, in areas such as recruitment and performance management.
The series will also cover HR software – specifically, a look at the three-year software investment plans of HR bosses within the context of their organisation’s business focus. We’ll delve into the types of HR software that organisations with 50 or more employees have and use, and what HR bosses like and dislike about it.
Read the latest article in our series below.
This first article from our Technology, the workplace and people management series examines employers’ perspectives on monitoring remote workers
Research investigates what factors influence employees’ responses to electronic performance monitoring
The CIPD’s Dr Jill Miller and Uptimize’s Ed Thompson explain why workplace EDI must include neuroinclusion - and a dedication to equality of outcomes for all types of thinkers - if organisations are to fulfil their people commitments, attract and retain great talent, and unlock innovation through true diversity of thought
Rebecca Peters offers advice on looking after your own physical and mental health which will help you support the workforce
James Cockett outlines the newly announced changes to the UK’s immigration policy and explains what employers will now need to consider
Iain Wright, Chair of CIPD Policy Forum, dissects what the UK Autumn Statement really means for the world of work, skills and the economy