Building a culture of continuous feedback is essential for companies looking to stay ahead of the competition in a post-pandemic world, complicated by the rise of remote working and the necessity for effective employee communications platforms. With the right workforce tools and processes in place,
The Digital Paperless Office has been a dream for more than forty years. Business Week first mentioned the paperless office back in 1975, and since then it’s been a worthy goal of businesses in the UK and around the world. Despite this, our reliance
The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown has affected millions of businesses in a variety of ways. Whether your company closed down its offices entirely and furloughed all staff, or made the swift transition to all employees working remotely, it’s now time to prepare to return
It goes without saying that we live in a digital world. From AI (artificial intelligence) to AR (augmented reality) to cryptocurrency, digital innovation is changing the landscape and disrupting the traditional ways we live and work.
A happy and engaged workforce is vital for any business that wants to experience growth. Knowing how your employees are feeling, keeping them informed of business developments and addressing problem areas quickly is your ticket to success. It really is that simple when you’re
There’s been a shift taking place in workplaces around the globe. The shift is one that places emphasis on the concept of employee engagement. While the shift and emphasis have taken place and continue to gain momentum, it still can be complicated to define,
Managing a business when you can step out onto the floor and see your staff hard at work is tough. Managing a workforce that’s spread across multiple locations, and not contactable via a laptop or PC, is so much harder. Emails won’t reach them.
It was accurately predicted that by 2015, millennials would bypass their older co-workers and become the majority age demographic of the workforce. They now rank at over 50% of all employees worldwide. That trend, for obvious reasons, will continue to rise. In fact, it’s
Don’t put your workforce through the pain of tedious and time-consuming tasks. There are tools out there that will do those tasks for them, leaving them to get on with what really matters.
Marketers have been living and breathing the words big data for years now. The fever pitch for big data is now a top charge of human resources as well. The general consensus is that big data if optimised, results in a lift in employee productivity.