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Thinking People

The workforce is changing. Our experts discuss what they think are the biggest people related issues facing boards.
Modified date: 26/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

What is the impact of managing multiple generations in the workplace?

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Modified date: 26/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Plus ça change: Traditional working isn’t dead yet

Reports of the death of the traditional employment model have been greatly exaggerated. The idea that multiple generations in the workplace will lead to employers contracting out every project is profoundly flawed
Modified date: 26/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

A simple reward gives people freedom to choose

Standard employee benefit packages such as pension, insurance & healthcare feel increasingly outdated in today’s jobs market.
Modified date: 26/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Generation Y: Trying to catch a boomerang

Organisations should not feel rejected by a millennial on the move. Rather than encourage employees to stay put organisations must adapt to keep up with this job-hopping workforce by keeping in touch
Modified date: 26/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Working to live, living to work

In future staff will take a more fluid approach to life and work. Traditional life stages, school, university, work, career, retirement will be replaced by more free-flowing arrangements where people take opportunities as they appear
Modified date: 26/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

People managers need people skills by David Middup

David Middup explains why he thinks boards need to understand people management must be recognised as a skill in its own right.
Modified date: 26/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Employers have much to gain from the retired workforce

By 2020, most people will have to wait until they are 68 to collect their pension. So as the UK’s population ages, retirement will no longer be a point at which people stop working but when they reframe the terms of employment
Modified date: 26/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

People issues need a board-level owner by James Riley

James Riley on why he thinks people issues need a board level owner and who this should be.
Modified date: 26/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Boards need to understand what makes people tick by Ingrid Waterfield

Ingrid Waterfield thinks we need more HR directors to sit on boards to deal with people issues in a strategic, long term way.
Modified date: 26/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Don’t hide the morality of business decisions by Chris Paterson

Chris Paterson explains why he thinks boards need to be honest with their workforces about the morality behind their business decisions.
Modified date: 26/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Business risk briefing: modern slavery

From October 2015, commercial organisations must publish an annual statement.
Modified date: 25/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

FOCUS on Consumer Markets

Read views and opinions from KPMG industry experts in our new multi-media magazine.
Modified date: 25/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

UK solar beyond subsidy: the transition

A KPMG report prepared at the request of the Renewable Energy Association to assess the continuing cost reductions of solar photovoltaics in the UK.
Modified date: 24/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Exploration and Production companies must take action now to avoid oil price pressure on deals

Emma Wild, head of upstream advisory at KPMG, comments on how the oil price decline is impacting deals in the Exploration and Production sector, and the options open to companies under pressure
Modified date: 24/08/2015
Press release
 

Tech firms have the edge in driverless car development

Discover KPMG’s latest article about Tech firms having the edge in driverless car development
Modified date: 24/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Who takes the blame for the driverless car crash?

Read KPMG’s article on the person at fault when it comes to Connected Cars. Who really is to blame?
Modified date: 24/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Connected and driverless cars: the benefits to business

Read KPMG’s latest article about the Future of the Car and its benefits to businesses.
Modified date: 24/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Telecoms companies are integral to car of the future

Read KPMG’s latest article about the role of the telecommunication companies in relation to future cars.
Modified date: 24/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

UK can lead our driverless car future

Read KPMG’s latest article about the UK helping to lead to a driverless future.
Modified date: 24/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Creating the perfect driver

Connected cars can create huge benefits to society, but only after the creation of a set of common standards. KPMG's partner looks at creating the perfect driver
Modified date: 24/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Driverless cars offer benefits for society

here are several benefits to driverless vehicles including reducing the cost of keeping people in residential homes or hospitals by giving them more independence
Modified date: 24/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Carmakers could finally relieve telematics headache

Read KPMG’s article about connected cars and understand the issues surrounding privacy protection.
Modified date: 24/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

The future of the car

Connected cars are set to transform the driving experience in the UK in just a few years
Modified date: 24/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

Weekly Tax Matters

Read KPMG's weekly tax publication which provides professionals with an overview of the latest tax developments and forthcoming issues every Monday.
Modified date: 21/08/2015
Business and industry issue; Publication series
 

School’s out for summer bargains, says KPMG head of retail

KPMG head of retail, David McCorquodale comments on the latest ONS Retail Sales figures for July 2015
Modified date: 20/08/2015
Press release
 

Lateral thinking needed to turn around declining house building figures, says KPMG

Jan Crosby, Head of Housing at KPMG, comments on today’s Government house building figures which show that 33,280 homes were started in the three months to June
Modified date: 20/08/2015
Press release
 

Slowdown in UK car production is due to annual shutdown, says KPMG

John Leech, head of automotive at KPMG UK, comments on the latest SMMT car manufacturing figures.
Modified date: 20/08/2015
Press release
 

Reshaping retirement

Our experts explain what they think the biggest impacts will be following the implementation of the legislation changes on 6th April 2015.
Modified date: 20/08/2015
Business and industry issue
 

UK tech business activity for Q2 slowed down due to impact of Election and euro area uncertainties, finds KPMG report

The UK tech sector in the second quarter of 2015 signalled an overall slowdown in growth due to the impact of the General Election and euro area uncertainties
Modified date: 19/08/2015
Press release
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