The pandemic showed how important it is to empower employees with IT quickly.
After failing to keep to its cost-savings promise, it is now helping to drive remote working productivity.
The digital workplace has become instrumental in helping businesses cope with the pandemic. Making it smarter makes business sense.
The pandemic showed that companies with mature EX strategies survived, and some thrived.
Innovation and technological advancements transformed the entire employee lifecycle and helped employees to weather the challenges of COVID-19.
We look at five trends that will shape the future of workplace design that can the way we work and create business models.
Here’s how the IT team can stay afloat as they experience of a tsunami of WFH complaints — with much of it out of their control.
Ready or not, many coronavirus contingency plans require remote work. Seize the opportunity to bolster your policies—and prepare for future workplace and employee needs.
The latest is ADP's new cloud-based iHCM 2, which makes it easier to manage and pay your employees.
AI in the workplace is about to become the new normal, and it is about time.
Everyone understands the value of data, but very few can capitalize on it.
A key challenge for all employees is access to the right information and advice. AI can help.
IoT devices can help HR leaders drive employee efficiency, but watch out for security kickback.
Just ask your contact center agents.
...and it is about time.
HR leaders take note: social developments, digital business, consumer behaviors, emerging technologies and more will change how people will work in 2028.
The ongoing war on talent is seeing APAC companies turning to RPA in droves, with many looking to face their employees’ fears.
Humans may not be ready for AI, but neither is AI prepared for us. The future lies in HR leaders orchestrating the right collaboration.