Successful organizations have long known that their employees are their biggest asset, but recent job numbers show how hard organizations have to work to retain them. According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, the rate of quit levels remained significant at 4.2 million in
Automation is everywhere these days. While economists often consider the effects of automation in terms of whether it creates or destroys jobs, less attention is paid to how it changes jobs and the wages paid to the workers that perform them. While there are cases where automation can create higher-paying
Technology now allows us to combine digital tools with physical space to create a modern digital workplace – one that uses the best capabilities of both. A New Digital Way Of Working During the global pandemic, when many of us were prevented from working in our usual offices for an
The number of vendors offering marketing tech is exploding, but too many companies take a “bottom-up” approach to purchasing it: Rather than starting with the objective of solving a problem, they begin with what is being sold to them. As a result they waste money on hoarding data they don’t
Microsoft recently acknowledged Russian hackers successfully cyberattacked them. If hackers can penetrate their internal systems, what are the chances your company will suffer the consequences of a future hack? What the Russians have done is very bad, but it’s only an example of the cyber threats we all face. The
The acceleration of online-based learning has its benefits, but it isn’t a silver bullet. However, a set of next-generation improvements facilitated by artificial intelligence (AI) stands to completely change the virtual experience.