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Ways companies can build joy among staff in the workplace
Even before the ravages of Covid-19, workplace joy and justice were a reservoir of untapped people energy. Only 37 per cent of workers actually experience joy at the workplace.
By World Economic Forum 1 month ago
Ways companies can build joy among staff in the workplace
Reimagining degrees to increase equity, access and job readiness
Broadening access to education, however, can unlock economic opportunities. Higher education attainment increases employment rates, job security and lifetime earnings.
By World Economic Forum 2 months ago
Reimagining degrees to increase equity, access and job readiness
Virtual reality positioned to reshape future of education
VR is being adopted more readily as the gains of experiential learning are being realised. It makes education less conventional, and advances K-12, higher education and vocational training.
By World Economic Forum 2 months ago
Virtual reality positioned to reshape future of education
Education 4.0 could add Sh300trn to global wealth
As part of the global post-pandemic recovery, there is currently a unique window to identify opportunities for strategic investment to transform learning and to reimagine education.
By World Economic Forum 2 months ago
Education 4.0 could add Sh300trn to global wealth
From data literacy to AI skills: Vital traits you need in today's workforce
Post-Covid business leaders would need traits such as data-literacy and being comfortable working with AI. Most experts agree the future of artificial intelligence is the future of work.
By World Economic Forum 2 months ago
From data literacy to AI skills: Vital traits you need in today's workforce
How computer coding will crack unemployment
Programming isn’t key because it teaches modern skills, it’s important because it teaches computational thinking.
By World Economic Forum 3 months ago
How computer coding will crack unemployment
CEOs say virtual reality will be good for business
Advances in technology are becoming more reliable than economic, political or social trends in informing businesses’ long-term strategy, say almost all the global executives surveyed.
By World Economic Forum 3 months ago
CEOs say virtual reality will be good for business
Micro-credentials: What they are and how they can help you secure a job
Volunteering at a food bank, doing a coding workshop or taking an online course might earn you the credentials.
By World Economic Forum 3 months ago
Micro-credentials: What they are and how they can help you secure a job
The pros and cons of a tight global jobs market
One reason why vacant jobs have been hard to fill is that Covid may well have changed workers’ job preferences.
By World Economic Forum 3 months ago
The pros and cons of a tight global jobs market
How to address widening skills gap facing youth
The pandemic has deepened the existing youth skills gap, leaving millions of young people with inadequate access to employment opportunities.
By World Economic Forum 3 months ago
How to address widening skills gap facing youth
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How universities and colleges are reconsidering remote learning
Private universities and colleges are seeking outside assistance and advice to help improve online learning offerings.
By World Economic Forum 4 months ago
How universities and colleges are reconsidering remote learning
Give them a break: Four reasons your child needs time off books
Children have much less time outside during the school day than they did in 1995.
By World Economic Forum 4 months ago
Give them a break: Four reasons your child needs time off books
Ways to protect an organisation during increased cyber conflicts
This means planning for internet outage and attacks on service providers, backing up all data and prioritising and valuing cyber expertise.
By World Economic Forum 4 months ago
Ways to protect an organisation during increased cyber conflicts
Upskill for green jobs of the future
Businesses should support green upskilling and reskilling by investing in workforce training, learning courses and local programmes.
By World Economic Forum 4 months ago
Upskill for green jobs of the future
Lessons varsity dons can borrow from Covid-19 era
The absence of classroom interactions and instant feedback made the importance of the social elements of university teaching clear.
By World Economic Forum 4 months ago
Lessons varsity dons can borrow from Covid-19 era
New job? This is what people are looking for in next career move
The Covid-19 pandemic is changing our attitudes to work as workplace culture is also a growing priority for those looking for new jobs.
By World Economic Forum 5 months ago
New job? This is what people are looking for in next career move
Three ways to revolutionise learning at the workplace
Half of all employees worldwide will need to be reskilled by 2025 and that's not including those out of employment.
By World Economic Forum 5 months ago
Three ways to revolutionise learning at the workplace
Why learning to unlearn holds key to shaping a brighter future
Technological and transformative change is accelerating rapidly since the Covid-19 pandemic, some of what we know is no longer so.
By World Economic Forum 5 months ago
Why learning to unlearn holds key to shaping a brighter future
Why oil prices matter to the global economy
Oil prices are influenced by the global economic outlook. Changes in supply and demand and geopolitical tensions cause price fluctuations.
By World Economic Forum 5 months ago
Why oil prices matter to the global economy
Three ways to deliver an enhanced employee experience
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about many changes, but when it comes to the world of work, the employee voice matters and must be heard.
By World Economic Forum 5 months ago
Three ways to deliver an enhanced employee experience
Workers are underrating power of in-person communication
Many people believe video chats or phone calls are almost as effective for getting what they want as asking in-person, research has shown.
By World Economic Forum 5 months ago
Workers are underrating power of in-person communication
These are the five major forces driving modern world of work
As we start 2022 – and enter our third year of living and working through a global pandemic, we can see five themes that are shaping the labour market
By World Economic Forum 6 months ago
These are the five major forces driving modern world of work
Children are growing up with AI, here is what you should know
Decision-makers and tech innovators must therefore prioritise children's rights and wellbeing when designing and developing AI systems.
By World Economic Forum 6 months ago
Children are growing up with AI, here is what you should know
Ways to revive socialisation when working from home
Covid-19 ushered in remote working, reducing opportunities for social chats with colleagues.
By World Economic Forum 6 months ago
 Ways to revive socialisation when working from home
Are we really facing a resignation crisis?
While quits are higher than usual in most industries, a few sectors are responsible for most of the turnover.
By World Economic Forum 6 months ago
Are we really facing a resignation crisis?
What jobseekers are looking for from their next career move
Work-life balance is the biggest priority for candidates - as it was before the pandemic.
By World Economic Forum 7 months ago
What jobseekers are looking for from their next career move
Ways companies can build joy among staff in the workplace
Even before the ravages of Covid-19, workplace joy and justice were a reservoir of untapped people energy. Only 37 per cent of workers actually experience joy at the workplace.
By World Economic Forum 1 month ago
Ways companies can build joy among staff in the workplace
Reimagining degrees to increase equity, access and job readiness
Broadening access to education, however, can unlock economic opportunities. Higher education attainment increases employment rates, job security and lifetime earnings.
By World Economic Forum 2 months ago
Reimagining degrees to increase equity, access and job readiness
Virtual reality positioned to reshape future of education
VR is being adopted more readily as the gains of experiential learning are being realised. It makes education less conventional, and advances K-12, higher education and vocational training.
By World Economic Forum 2 months ago
Virtual reality positioned to reshape future of education
Education 4.0 could add Sh300trn to global wealth
As part of the global post-pandemic recovery, there is currently a unique window to identify opportunities for strategic investment to transform learning and to reimagine education.
By World Economic Forum 2 months ago
Education 4.0 could add Sh300trn to global wealth
From data literacy to AI skills: Vital traits you need in today's workforce
Post-Covid business leaders would need traits such as data-literacy and being comfortable working with AI. Most experts agree the future of artificial intelligence is the future of work.
By World Economic Forum 2 months ago
From data literacy to AI skills: Vital traits you need in today's workforce
How computer coding will crack unemployment
Programming isn’t key because it teaches modern skills, it’s important because it teaches computational thinking.
By World Economic Forum 3 months ago
How computer coding will crack unemployment
CEOs say virtual reality will be good for business
Advances in technology are becoming more reliable than economic, political or social trends in informing businesses’ long-term strategy, say almost all the global executives surveyed.
By World Economic Forum 3 months ago
CEOs say virtual reality will be good for business
Micro-credentials: What they are and how they can help you secure a job
Volunteering at a food bank, doing a coding workshop or taking an online course might earn you the credentials.
By World Economic Forum 3 months ago
Micro-credentials: What they are and how they can help you secure a job
The pros and cons of a tight global jobs market
One reason why vacant jobs have been hard to fill is that Covid may well have changed workers’ job preferences.
By World Economic Forum 3 months ago
The pros and cons of a tight global jobs market
How to address widening skills gap facing youth
The pandemic has deepened the existing youth skills gap, leaving millions of young people with inadequate access to employment opportunities.
By World Economic Forum 3 months ago
How to address widening skills gap facing youth
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How universities and colleges are reconsidering remote learning
Private universities and colleges are seeking outside assistance and advice to help improve online learning offerings.
By World Economic Forum 4 months ago
How universities and colleges are reconsidering remote learning
Give them a break: Four reasons your child needs time off books
Children have much less time outside during the school day than they did in 1995.
By World Economic Forum 4 months ago
Give them a break: Four reasons your child needs time off books
Ways to protect an organisation during increased cyber conflicts
This means planning for internet outage and attacks on service providers, backing up all data and prioritising and valuing cyber expertise.
By World Economic Forum 4 months ago
Ways to protect an organisation during increased cyber conflicts
Upskill for green jobs of the future
Businesses should support green upskilling and reskilling by investing in workforce training, learning courses and local programmes.
By World Economic Forum 4 months ago
Upskill for green jobs of the future
Lapfund to invest Sh10b in Nakuru mall
Real Estate
By Macharia Kamau
36 mins ago
The green building principles aiming to get real estate to net zero
Real Estate
By World Economic Forum
42 mins ago
All eyes on new Shelter Afrique boss amid exits
Real Estate
By Graham Kajilwa
47 mins ago
John Waluke, Didmus Barasa win MP races
Politics
By Fred Kagonye
1 hr ago
Nyanza leaders upbeat after poll, say it's region's defining moment
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By Eric Abuga and Olivia Odhiambo
1 hr ago