The quest for workplace efficiency has always been a hot topic across cultures and times. With the rapid growth of technology, the solution has significantly shifted in recent years. While there are many angles to approach this from, trying a mix of emerging tools and organizational behavior practices should be considered.
One-in-four operators still missing out on telematics efficiency gains, finds research. A quarter of operators have still not tapped into the potential of using telematics on their HGV fleets, according to new fleet management research commissioned by Commercial Motor, Motor Transport and Fraikin.
In 2019, more women were ready to come forward with reports of sexual harassment in the workplace than ever before. And a big part of this is providing the right channels of communication. Today, we survey the HR tech landscape to bring you six tools that make it easy, safe and secure to report harassment in the workplace.
Burnout, which can cause employees to become distracted and feel lethargic, can create workplace safety issues. Proper office ergonomics, workplace wellness programs and protective gear like hardhats, exoskeletons and safety glasses — are tools and practices that come to mind when employers think about preventing injuries.
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Move over, smartphone. You’ll have company in the workplace next decade.
AR/VR headsets will be as common as smartphones in the workplace by 2029, according to 55% of the 1,000 or so workers who took a Mojo Vision survey on AR/VR in the workplace. “That itself is telling us that people are looking out for the future and realizing that the form factors are shifting, and they will be doing work in a different way,” Steve Sinclair, senior vice president of product and marketing at Mojo Vision, told CMSWire. “They’ll be collaborating in a different way and using different tools, and that’s OK.”