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Multiple Personalities

What rating will your performance get?

Will your future employment prospects be governed by performance analytics? Adi Gaskell introduces the automated approach to hiring and firing

A recent UK government report revealed that the viral spread of digital technology has meant we often have multiple identities. When it comes to our workplace identity though, beauty is very much in the eye of the beholder, or in the case of your career, in the eye of your boss....

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  • Management By Numbers
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