Diane Hall is the editor of, and main contributor to, ITK Magazine. She heads up the rest of the team and makes all the editorial decisions concerning article submissions. She's been an editor for more than two decades and also runs a small, independent book publishing company, The Writing Hall (TWH Publishing) outside of ITK.
Could AI ever rule the human race
The rapid advancement of AI has sparked both fascination and concern about its potential impact on human society.
Record number of long-term sick
The United Kingdom is currently facing a pressing issue, with a record number of individuals on long-term sick. The UK’s growing population of people unable to work, due to illness or disability.
Have we endured cost-of-living crises in the past
In the aftermath of the Second World War, the United Kingdom faced a difficult economic situation. Despite this, there was no cost-of-living crisis in the country at the time...
Do employees really need to be present in the office
The rise of remote opportunities and flexible working arrangements has challenged the traditional idea that employees need to be physically present in the office to be productive.
If the syndrome was applied to a scale, I’d be at the lower end. I don’t spend lots and lots of money for the sake of it—I still make conscious buying decisions, and I won’t spend above a certain amount on any one item.