To unlock the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) both to optimise and even transform organisations, we need to be clear-eyed about the issues we need to manage. This report sheds light on the key AI ethics issues for business and how you can build AI ethics into your organisation.
A landmark Court of Appeal judgment that has provided much-needed clarity about how holiday pay should be calculated for certain types of worker, was brought using a group legal expenses insurance policy. This short article briefly outlines the implications of the judgment.
This article highlights how introducing a holistic wellbeing policy can help to substantially reduce the costs associated with absenteeism, whilst providing risk managers with the evidence they need to get the issue of health and wellbeing on to their board’s list of priorities.
Resilient companies understand risk and how to embrace it for more positive growth. Discover how you can build resilience into your company's culture.
This Ethics and bias infographic focuses on how companies must combat bias within data and algorithms that could skew insights and impact consumers, and manage accuracy and morality in AI.
This article highlights how organisations can tackle the hazards posed by distracted drivers by building a safety culture, implementing policy statements which hold individual employees accountable and improving fleet safety programs.
With an average of three construction fatalities per day in the United States, what can the industry do to reduce this figure to zero? This article highlights the main causes of construction fatalities and how corporate leaders and on-site workers can take responsibility within their safety program.
This Human x Machine infographic focuses on AI’s ability to transform how work is done, how it is dependent upon how well a company can orchestrate its people and technology, and some key orchestration and operational challenges.
This AI tomorrow infographic focuses on AI’s future impact on business, jobs, areas where it can be applied and outcomes companies largely anticipate, with more than half of companies expecting AI to deliver operational and CX outcomes in three years.
SMEs may be concerned about keeping a competitive advantage, but it’s the evolving workforce challenges that can have a big impact on their success. This article focuses on some of the immediate employment challenges facing today’s SMEs including flexible working and fairness in the workplace.