Technology can revolutionise the hiring process – but only if internal barriers are overcome.
Technology to deliver staff wellbeing is good for employers and employees, though privacy and data concerns must be addressed.
HR professionals are in the front line in the battle against discrimination, working to ensure that their organisations treat employees and job applicants without bias. This battle has a long way to go.
New innovations include connected remote monitoring devices, patient engagement tools, Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based automated detection and diagnosis, and smart operating rooms.
Challengers can reach scale seemingly overnight, forcing market change at a similar speed. Established business models are upended,
The paper is subject to a consultation until May 19, 2020.
It's been a year since the European Commission published its Fifth Report on the application of the European Product Liability Directive and set up expert panels to develop its thinking on next policy steps.
A Hogan Lovells study comparing regulatory requirements in the European Union, China, and the United States shows the complexity and uncertainty of the regulatory framework relevant to Internet of Things (IoT) in Europe.