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When It Comes to Workplace Tech, Employees Know Best

When It Comes to Workplace Tech, Employees Know Best

Paperwork, data entry and other repetitive tasks are common complaints around the workplace. But for corporate technology teams looking to deploy chatbots, virtual assistants or robots to ease the load, identifying these tasks—and matching them with effective technology—can be a challenge.

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Six Strategies for Fraud Prevention in Your Business

Six Strategies for Fraud Prevention in Your Business

Employee fraud is a significant problem faced by organizations of all types, sizes, locations, and industries. While we would all like to believe our employees are loyal and working for the benefit of the organization (and most of them probably are), there are still many reasons why your employees may commit fraud and several ways in which they might do it.

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How a Strong Partnership with Safety Protects Your Workforce, Reputation and Bottom Line

How a Strong Partnership with Safety Protects Your Workforce, Reputation and Bottom Line

Effectively managing the risk associated with vendors adds new complexities to the challenges faced by supply chain professionals juggling the demands of the business. Mismanaging or overlooking the occupational health and safety performance and compliance of vendors working on their company’s behalf is risky business, yet organizational silos and unclear processes often make it difficult to create and enforce a safety-conscious workplace among contracted workers.

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The Past, Present And Future Of Automated Predictive Technology

The Past, Present And Future Of Automated Predictive Technology

Innovative technology has been our only avenue for prophesying. But though predictive technology is only as effective as current science and engineering developments allow, that hasn’t stopped humans from holding lofty visions for a high-tech future. In 1930, John Maynard Keynes predicted that productivity advancements would shrink his children’s future workweeks to 15 hours. And at the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair, visitors stepped into a futuristic world where cities were encased in climate-controlled domes and they could fly to work using “gyrocopters.”

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