The demand for cybersecurity is steadily outpacing the number of people able to fill those jobs. It’s estimated that by 2021, there will be 3.5 million vacant cybersecurity jobs. And of the candidates applying for these jobs, more than three out of four will not be qualified.
More than three-quarters of U.S. companies are investing in artificial intelligence (AI). But according to a recent Harvard Business Review article, far too much of the investment may be going…
Lyft, the U.S.’s #2 ride-hailing company, recently had its IPO. Among other takeaways from this piece of technology news, it means that Lyft beat its long-time rival Uber to the public stock market. But speed isn’t everything in in the ride-hailing industry.
The next time you want to yell at your teenager for playing too many video games, throw the Xbox out the window, and cancel your Internet connection, you may want to consider: That teen may be learning the skills of the next generation of highly-effective business leaders.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning — among other emerging technologies — are affecting nearly every business process. Employee management is no exception.
Report: Remote workers report lack of engagement – and workers who aren’t engaged tend to feel lonelier and quit more often than those who are.