Announcements in the Queen's speech on skills have been welcomed, but may do little more than replicate existing schemes.
Covid-19 is driving the emergence of smaller, more affordable tech hubs in the US and Europe, enabling the industry to tap into a more diverse pool of talent.
Remote work threatens to exacerbate existing workplace inequalities as disadvantaged groups are disproportionately affected by "Zoom fatigue".
The prospect of jobs being lost to machines is a common concern in times of hardship. Reskilling and protecting workers can help.
In a suspected attempt to defraud employers, cybersecurity professionals have received offers to help fake candidates win jobs then outsource the work.
As technology continues to change how consumers interact with products and services, organisations need to adapt if they are to survive – and thrive – in the modern service economy.
Three Tui flights were overloaded after its booking system classified anyone with the honorific 'Miss' as a child. "Technologies discriminate by design."
As companies prepare to reopen their offices, a new report says that confusion around flexible working is hitting staff with caring responsibilities.
The ability to switch off from work must be enshrined in law to ensure it helps - not hinders - employees.
A new 'elite' visa is among the latest measures to ensure Brexit doesn't stem the influx of technology talent. Will it be enough to fuel the UK's technology ambitions?
Graeme Howard, chief technology and information officer at Covéa Insurance, discussed how technology underpins community at Tech Monitor Live.
Women are still under-represented in technology-related fields where employment opportunities are growing, research by the World Economic Forum finds.
NSPCC CTO Greig Sharman explains how the child protection charity's Digital Plan will rethink every facet of its technology.
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