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Firing workers costs big companies like General Motors billions — here's why retraining them is a better bargain
Employers often complain of a skills gap among American job seekers, and end up firing current employees to make room for new "skilled" workers. General Motors, for instance, announced last year it would
Accounting giants EY and Deloitte are exploring expansion into advertising and marketing as they seek new territory to conquer following an attack by competition watchdogs on their stronghold in auditing.
The robots are coming. A silicon super-intelligence is on the cusp of transforming the world of work, giving life to a million hopes, fears and think pieces. Unlike a prior generation of “dumb” robots
New fairness tools are designed to combat AI bias, but they may require some planning and prep before deployment Fighting biases in artificial intelligence could get easier for businesses with the recent
'You carve out lanes of responsibility': How Dunkin' gets its agency, consulting and tech partners to work together
While most marketers are toying with taking more of their marketing in-house, Dunkin' is bucking the trend. In fact, the brand credits its agencies for their collaboration on one of the most visible outputs