Anesthesiologists’ jobs look safer than radiologists’ jobs. Here’s why. In H. G. Wells’s classic The War of the Worlds, the narrator pauses a moment to rue the fact that he didn’t react sooner to the of
A lot has been said about the future of work, but no one knows for sure what things will really look like. The best companies have constantly evolving strategies that incorporate talent management, human
Robin Hanson predicts in "The Age of Em" that we'll develop cheap technology for emulating brains on computers in the next 100 years. He expects emulations, or ems, to be like human brains but able to
Accountancy firm KPMG has changed its graduate recruitment process to suit people born between 1980 and 2000 - the so-called millennial generation. Instead of conducting three separate assessments over
You relish the moment you will tell your boss that you are leaving to work for more money at a competitor. But before you rush to hand your notice in, make sure you know how to handle what can be an awkward
I hear from a lot of job-seekers who are under the false impression that if only they could find a kindly recruiter to help them in their job search, their troubles would be over. They are confused about
Creating a positive work environment sounds like a noble aspiration for both businesses and the people who work for them. No one ever says that they want to work in a negative environment, after all, even
Here's what Richard Branson, Elon Musk, and 22 other successful people ask job candidates during interviews
That's why they steer clear of these cliché queries and instead ask more meaningful ones. Many top execs have their one favorite go-to question that reveals everything they need to know about a job candidate.
You think you’ve found the right candidate to fill your open position and now it’s time to check references. What’s the best way to get the information you need? Should you ask each person the same questions?
Before they can take over bigger chunks of the workforce, robots may need to learn to make small talk. Few of us seem willing to let them. The risk that your job will be automated out of existence depends,
Today in the United States there are 72,000 centenarians. Worldwide, probably 450,000. If current trends continue, then by 2050 there will be more than a million in the US alone. According to the work
Don’t let the fun, casual name mislead you. Chatbots—software that you can “chat with”—have serious implications for the business world. Though many businesses have already considered their use for customer
Glen Hiemstra has spent two decades studying the future. He tries to understand and articulate the kind of future we want as individuals, organizations, and societies. In other words, he helps companies