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Implications of trade deals for farming and environmental standards in the UK
March 2019: Liberalised food production and farming standards could form a key element for future trade UK-US trade relationships. A deregulated post-Brexit food market could offer consumers food at lower prices but could also negatively affect public health outcomes in the UK.
Located in Resources / Sustainability Horizons / March 2019
Artificial Intelligence and the Feeling Economy
December 2019: AI is projected to perform the majority of problem-solving tasks and analytical thinking in future work scenarios. These shifts emphasise the need for education systems and Human Resource Management (HRM) strategies to adapt and support the development of people’s feeling and empathetic skills in the workplace.
Located in Resources / Sustainability Horizons / December 2019
Efficiency of workplace resilience programmes
January 2019: While job markets expect investments into workplace resilience programmes, the majority of the programmes remain ineffective. The study recommends that employers shift away from resilience programmes towards leadership development and cohesion building amongst the workforce.
Located in Resources / Sustainability Horizons / January 2019