Now in its seventh year, the report reflects the views and insights of 820 HR directors and HR professionals and is recognised as one of the leading indicators of global trends in human resources, talent management and people development. This year we had 820 respondents with 127 different job titles from HR Consultant
There is a staggering amount of change happening around the world – whether that’s political, economic, social or technological. And as a technology leader, you will be at the centre of it all. Whether it’s dealing with uncertainty in markets, or implementing new business models, or dealing with the opportunities and threats posed by
Once workers hit the big 4-0, their perceived future career success takes a nosedive. 33 percent of tech professionals aged 40-44 worry their age will negatively impact their chances of future career success, according to the Harvey Nash Technology Survey 2018.
Old Game, New Rules: How boards of today are preparing for tomorrow - The Harvey Nash / Alumni Board Report 2017/18 In Partnership with London Business School's Leadership Institute.
Despite two-thirds (64 percent) of organizations adapting their technology strategy because of unprecedented global political and economic uncertainty, 89 percent are maintaining or ramping up investment in innovation, including in digital labour.
Our colleagues at affiliate Mortimer Spinks working with IT and tech recruitments in UK have conducted a survey into the skills gap and how it poses a threat to all organisations.
The way businesses are planning their workforce is changing, and being impacted by the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Automation. Fifteen percent of HR leaders said their plans were being affected right now, and a further 40 percent believe this will happen within the next two to five years. This is according to the
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