Microsoft Debuts Viva Goals, Google Revisits Classic Sites Shutdown Timeline, More News
Microsoft puts Ally.io buy to work in Viva, Google pushes back Classic Sites shutdown (again), Miro overhauls its developer platform and more news.
How to Boost Productivity in the Digital Workplace
Remote and hybrid work put new pressures on workers. From time management to workplace policy, here's how companies can help boost productivity and engagement.
The Speed of Work Today: More, Faster, Now
The dizzying array of communication tools we use in the workplace has led to unprecedented levels of information overload. Is more technology the answer?
Collaboration & Productivity
How to Make Collaboration Work in the Hybrid Workplace
Effective collaboration is easier said than done. In a hybrid workplace, it's even more complicated. Here are the key pieces to get right.
Always On, Too Many Meetings: Is This the Future of Hybrid?
There’s no one-stop solution to make flexible hybrid working work. But a good start is to set clear expectations around when we're 'on' and when we're 'off.'
Is It Time to Automate Your Workforce Skills Taxonomy?
A growing crop of technology providers aim to document the state of workforce skills and provide companies with what's needed going forward.
Bridging the Gap Between Workers, Managers Is Critical to Hybrid Work
When it comes to the future of work, there’s tension between what employees want and what management is willing to provide.
Digital Transformation Isn't Just a Technology Issue, It's a Business Issue
Too often, companies try to implement digital transformations without involving the people who will be doing the work. And that’s a recipe for failure.
3 Ways People Analytics Technology Is Evolving to Meet the Moment
Continued uncertainty and volatility are forcing companies to grapple with a host of challenging workplace issues. Here's how technology providers are helping.
Top Technology Needs for the New Office
Focus on selecting the right tools and software to ensure teams remain efficient, competitive and productive, whether you're in the office, remote or hybrid.
3 Distinct Challenges for Frontline Worker Digital Employee Experience
The frontline is coming into focus, but they have challenges and needs that must be handled in a different manner than desk-based workers.
How Deliberate, Considerate Hybrid Offices Are the Future of Work
Robin CEO Micah Remley explains howe bringing employees back to the office — even for only a few days a week — will take deliberate planning and consideration.
Why Regulating AI Is Going to Be a Challenge
The US government formed a high-powered committee to oversee the ethical development of AI. But regulation is going to be difficult. Here's why.
Improving Employee Experience in the Hybrid Work Era: Blum's Story
When Blum had to temporarily shut down production, it lacked a way to effectively communicate with its 3000 production plant workers. Here's what it did.
Do Companies Need a Platform to Deliver Better Employee Experience?
Since most companies have limited budgets, it makes sense to focus on moments that matter for employees when investing in EX technology.
The Great Resignation Is Over: Here’s What’s Next
The pandemic opened our eyes to the pitfalls of many workplace cultures. As a result, businesses are looking to redefine theirs. Here's what they need to know.
Why Returning to the Office Is a Mistake (and 2 Reasons to Go Back Anyway)
Culture and productivity top the list of reasons why companies are mandating a return to the office. Remote work proponents disagree. They're both right.
Google Unveils Digital Workplace Plans for the Coming Year at Google I/O
The Google I/O developer conference this week covered a wide range of topics, but did include new upgrades and releases for the digital workplace.
Using AI to Onboard New Recruits May Be a Bad Idea
Artificial intelligence is making inroads into recruiting and onboarding, but organizations looking to harness its benefits should proceed with caution.
Salary.com Introduces New Framework to Address Pay Equity
The Waltham, Mass.-based software company said it's time to move beyond 'outdated' market-based approaches to employee compensation.