There are a lot of tips on employee engagement circulating at the moment. It’s that time of year again where the January blues means a surge in job applications and employers focus their efforts on keeping the team motivated and productive. These tips are all well and good, but how can you tell if your employees are actively interested in their work or if they are simply complacent?
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The new year is just around the corner, and with 2018 having been positive for Wales and our economy, with employment growth surpassing any other region of the UK, there is plenty to be optimistic about over the next 12 months. That economic positivity has created a hotbed for new businesses, particularly in the tech sector where new and exciting offerings have continued to pop up across the country.
2018 was a big year for artificial intelligence. Robots began delivering pizzas, an AI-created painting went under the hammer at Christie’s and the use of deep fake technology made it even more difficult to spot fake news.
The British vote to leave the EU has had a major impact on the UK tech sector, and with just a few months to go until our official departure, old stalwarts and new start-ups alike are gearing up for a future away from the 27 member states. The country’s new-found freedom brings with it the possibility to follow in the footsteps of some of the world’s leading tech hubs, but as one hands gives the other must take away.
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