In this month's CW EMEA, we look at the future of work in Europe after the pandemic forced a change in entrenched human behaviour. We also look at the increasing problem of IT failures in Dutch hospitals and how they are affecting patient care, highlighting the need to improve IT security in hospitals. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, after the government scrapped its IR35 reforms, we examine what IT contractors need to know. With hybrid working, employee experience is a priority – we look at how it meshes with customer experience initiatives. And we assess the options for unstructured data storage in the cloud and on-premise. Read the issue now.
This e-guide provides five steps for kicking off HR analytics to meet goals and challenges. Read on to learn why meaningful metrics and narratives are essential when communicating HR analytics data.
In this presentation from our CW500 event, director of digital architecture and transformation Chris Boyd explains how Telefonica tackled the challenges of delivering people, cultural and organisational change.
In this week's Computer Weekly, our latest buyer's guide examines the developer experience and looks at how critical it can be for productivity. The tech sector still struggles with diversity and inclusion – we ask what's standing in the way of ethnic minorities making it to the top. Read the issue now.
An employee handbook presents a valuable opportunity for HR, saving them vast amounts of time and energy that might be spent answering questions. However, it can get tricky knowing what to add in, and what can be left out. Open up this white paper to get some tips that will help you understand what an effective employee handbook looks like.
SAP HR is a common tool for storing organizational and employee data, but that information isn't always easy to access. Read this helpful resource to explore an HR technology that enables user-friendly access to SAP data, so that you can make informed business decisions based on accurate information.
In order for HR to truly deliver on the promise of being "business partners," it needs to tell the story of business scenarios that are predicted to happen in the future, across all levels of the organization, which they do not already know about, and then provide recommendations on how to fix or exploit those scenarios.
This case study explains how Virgin Media, a leading provider of broadband, TV, mobile phone and home phone services in the UK, was able to realize significant workforce gains with a cloud-based learning and performance management system.