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UK Research and Development Roadmap

The government’s Research and Development (R&D) Roadmap sets out the UK’s vision and ambition for science, research and innovation.

Fawcett's 2020 Sex and Power index - UK still 'generations away' from equality in top jobs

The Fawcett Society’s 2020 Sex and Power Index charts the extent of male domination of positions of power - with women still missing in significant numbers from top jobs in politics, the law, civil service, trade unions, charities, professional bodies and sport bodies. The Index also reveals an alarming lack of women of colour across the top jobs in all sectors.

Top Five #Talent Predictions for #2020

This year, HR topics have had a much bigger impact on business, and as we enter 2020, there is no sign of this slowing down.

Flexible working has challenges and pitfalls, but the benefits are impossible to ignore #FutureofWork

How to make #FlexibleWorking work for your organisation Today, more than half of UK workers work flexibly in some way, but there is still a lot of unmet demand: two in three workers (68%) would like to work flexibly in a way that is not currently available (CIPD, 2019).

Proportion of women in data and #AI hits 20 year low

News research from Datatech Analytics for the Women in Data released today has revealed that only a quarter of UK jobs in artificial intelligence and other specialist technology roles were filled by women this year - the lowest proportion in two decades. 

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