Successful Companies Offer Engagement, Not Employee Surveillance
There are alternatives to employee surveillance technology when companies are looking for better productivity and engagement.
Are We Finally Headed to a Paperless Office?
Without access to the office printer, are we finally making the long-predicted move to the paperless office?
Meg Donovan: A Sneak Peek at Digital Well-Being
Nexthink's CPO Meg Donovan discusses the importance of an integrated IT and HR strategy, their common challenges and more in this DWX leader interview.
Slack Continues Development as a Salesforce Hub, Here Comes Microsoft Office 2021 & More News
Slack turns up at Dreamforce with product announcements, Microsoft pushes out an Office version & more digital workplace news from PandaDocs and StreamElements.
Clovers Raises $15 Million to Build an 'Interview Intelligence' Platform
The HR tech startup looks to bring AI and conversational intelligence to the interviewing and hiring process.
In-Office vs. Remote: The Final Showdown
The answer to the return to office or work remotely debate is so clear I sometimes wonder if there are even two sides to the argument.
CIOs Share Their Digital Transformation & Employee Retention Strategies
We caught up with two chief information officers at large enterprises to discuss digital transformation and employee experience.
The Tech Industry's Unconscious Bias Problem
Despite companies' best efforts, unconscious bias persists in the workplace, particularly in IT and technology roles. What can organizations do to eliminate it?
Learning From Digital Transformation Failures
With more organizations than ever embarking — or in the middle of — digital transformation initiatives, how do we make sure our projects survive?
8 Examples of Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace
Here are some of the most compelling examples of how AI is improving efficiency and productivity in the digital workplace.
Collaboration & Productivity
How to Restart Performance Management
Hybrid and remote work strategies have added a new wrinkle, but the fundamentals of good employee performance management remain.
The Cure for Burnout Is Not Self-Care
The articles on workplace burnout suggest most of us are suffering from overload, leading to potential burnout. But practicing self-care isn't the solution.
Why Employee Surveillance Software Could Do More Damage Than It's Worth
Enterprise organizations are investing in employee surveillance software, but managers should think twice before they deploy it. Here's why.
How Low-Code Development Is Transforming Organizations' Approach to Tech
The low-code development approach is gaining traction in ways that should attract the interest of functional leaders, including non-tech roles like HR.
Why Is the C-Suite Overlooking Digital Employee Experience as a Strategic Priority?
Companies that do not collect solid metrics on their DEX tools are twice as likely to have leaders who aren't interested or are even resistant to DEX projects.
How Private Companies Within the US Can Prepare for the Vaccination Mandate
The US government is working on a mandate for employees to be vaccinated for COVID-19 or get a weekly negative COVID-19 test. How can businesses prepare?
Glean's New Work Assistant Aims to Solve Enterprise Search
The California-based startup emerged from stealth last week with $55 million in funding to debut their new work assistant.
Is Your Digital Employee Experience Focused on the Wrong Thing?
Digital employee experience (DEX) has typically focused on the employee lifecycle. Yet I would argue DEX has a much more important opportunity.
5 Job Boards That Specialize in Remote Work
Companies looking to maximize value from remote work should take a hard look at job boards that specialize in remote and flexible job listings.
Is Remote Working Really Impeding Collaboration and Communication?
New research from Microsoft seems to show that remote work is negatively impacting communications and collaboration in the enterprise. But is that the reality?