'Working life for Asperger's syndrome employees may become either difficult or fulfilling, depending upon how companies support them'.
Do we need friends at work? In today’s interconnected world, people are increasingly blending their work and personal lives and the implications of our work relationships go beyond organisational life. This study finds that work relationships not only help people to cope with problems, but also support development and enable employees to flourish.
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Louisa Baczor, Research Adviser
Louisa joined the CIPD in February 2015 as a Research Associate, responsible for supporting work on developing the people management profession for the future. She gained experience studying the changing nature of the HR function during a Master’s at the University of Bath, with a research project on perceptions of the trustworthiness of HR. Louisa has an undergraduate degree in Psychology.
Age management should be an integral part of HR policy and a more proactive and innovative approach is needed. This report includes recommendations for employers
Machine learning is now capable of complex applications, like grading essays and diagnosing diseases. Does this mean a robot will do your job in the future?