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In today’s rapidly digitalising, globalised world, diversity and inclusion in the workplace has never been more important.

Artificial Intelligence is here to stay but while its presence is widely accepted, its application in recruitment has many pitfalls. With the coronavirus economy and reinvigorated debate on inclusion and discrimination, it is important that AI helps us fix the bias, not exaggerate it.

We are all in the same storm, but in different boats. COVID-19 has hit minorities hardest and as leaders reshape business in the wake of the pandemic, how should the role played by diversity and inclusion evolve?

It's vital that businesses play their role in supporting the most vulnerable as the world recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic – not only because it is morally right but also because more diverse companies are more agile, creative and adaptive to change.

Many groups have struggled to access full-time work in typical office environments. The remote working boom caused by Covid-19 could bring long term benefits for them.

Employers need to be more flexible to help elite athletes make the transition from sport to the world of work, according to initial findings from the EU’s B-WISER project, which seeks to optimise the employability and employment of active and former elite athletes.

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A changing, diverse world of work is creating exciting opportunities for all. How can we make all forms of work sustainable and secure for individuals and business alike?

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Global Talent in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

The GTCI is an annual benchmarking report that measures the ability of 132 countries and 155 cities to grow, attract and retain talent.

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