Employee engagement, well-being, training and retention have been top-of-mind for all participants in IAB’s Future of Work supplement.

In this Future of Work supplement, take a look at our original data, collaborative features and case studies by IAB partners; in Employment in the accounting industry, GlobalData analysts Calcea and Goodier explain the impact of the pandemic on hiring and retention trends in the accountancy industry; Thematic Intelligence analysts Guha and Pervez present insights into the metaverse and how these may impact the future of work; as office working isn’t for everyone, collaborative technologies are creating more flexible access for managers, employees and partners as discussed in the article titled How Technology Can Inspire Teamwork and Collaboration; Dr Cristian Holmes, Chief Executive, CABA discusses the effects of stress on the psyche leading to unsustainable working patterns that can affect motivation; the learning and development team at SMS Latinoamérica discusses trends in training future accountants in-house and through a case study of its SMS Business School; Stephen Hamlet, CEO Russell Bedford tells of his organisation’s Well-Being programme for employees and member firms that has been received with great success and employee buy-in along with a case study describing interactive programmes for Russell Bedford’s young leaders that help build creative thinking and bonds; Insight Manager David Hanby at Kaplan explains the merits of its apprentice partner-programme, Data Analyst powered by SAS® that teaches users modern analytical and data visualisation skills; Harriet Calver at Winckworth Sherwood investigates the upside of a proposed four-day working week and Robert Half’s salary guide gives an indication of winners who plan early to support employee growth within corporates.

Read the full supplement here