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Trelleborgs Kommun simplifies HR planning with Jedox planning and forecasting

Jedox, a leading global provider of cloud-based enterprise performance management software, has announced a new contract following the company’s recent partnership with XLENT’s specialist planning and analytics consultancy team based in Malmo, Sweden. Trelleborgs Kommun,...


Apprenticeship degrees – the answer to the skills gap and undergraduate debt

Although a university education is often pushed as a ‘one size fits all’ option for tertiary education, Susanna Lawson, Co-Founder and CEO, of the education technology platform, OneFile, said it doesn’t need to be that way. She explains the benefits of degrees which offer...


Upskilling workforces around the globe

Degreed was founded with a simple premise – education is too important to stay the way it is. Co-Founders, David Blake and Eric Sharp, wanted to make sure that skills should develop people’s opportunities, rather than their degree or connections. Degreed is now the workforce...


British workers have picked up at least two new career driven rituals during lockdown

A new study by Hitachi Capital Business Finance of 1,500 British workers in small businesses revealed that 74% have developed new rituals during lockdown, with the average worker picking up at least two new habits. The most common habit was spending significantly more time developing their online...


Pandemic inspires new generation of compassionate leadership

Heralding the age of a more compassionate type of leader, almost eight in ten (76%) UK business leaders consider their employees to be friends, not just colleagues, with three quarters (74%) admitting they want their employees to like them, new research from global recruitment...


Coursera’s Global Skills Report 2021 ranks UAE number two globally for business skills

According to Coursera’s Global Skills Report 2021, the UAE ranks number one in the MENA region and number two globally in overall business skills, only after Luxembourg. This year’s study draws on performance data since the pandemic’s onset from more than 77 million learners on...


Nokia and UN Women collaborate to further promote inclusion and diversity in Middle East and Africa

Nokia and UN Women have together launched four pilot projects to bolster inclusion and diversity for equality. These pilots aim to address four different areas such as increasing the number of women employees, raising awareness of cervical cancer and uterine fibroids, promoting STEM (science,...


Free technology training helps to boost the career of the future

A global shortage of cybersecurity professionals has become so severe that companies are increasingly at risk from hacking and industrial espionage. Protecting data and defending corporate networks is poised to be one of the most in-demand careers of the future. Yet companies are already...


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