Technology has the power to improve nearly every aspect of a business, but it can also confound and overwhelm owners, managers and employees.
Workplace surveillance is not a new concept. But surveillance technology, the level of sophistication, and what the monitoring is used for has changed.
An active and engaged workforce that has bought into the company culture and mission is critical to compete in 2016.
As contingent employees grow in number, companies will face the challenge of evaluating the performance of a large workforce not on the company payroll. So reports Fortune.
An Information Services Group survey found that more than 70% of respondents have implemented, or are planning to implement, an HR Software-as-a-Service Platform within two years. So reports HR.BLR.
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