Seventy percent of employees who use personal devices at work are using a smartphone, and of those employees, more than one-third bring them to work either without the knowledge of their IT department, or in spite of an outright corporate ban on personal devices in the workplace. These numbers mean that a bring-your-own-device program is no longer an option, but should be required.Read More
How should our HR department be using big data? And how do we begin?
—HR senior consultant, services, Abu DhabiRead More
Information technology talent acquisition in the 21st century requires companies to rethink the role of the recruiter.Read More
Give employees a help desk and you support them for a day, but teach them to help themselves and you support them for a lifetime.Read More
How to choose who's responsible for supporting personal devices in the workplace is becoming an issue for companies with bring-your-own-device policies.Read More
Workforce Software acquires Australia-based RosterLive among other moves.Read More
Is there any more helpless feeling in today's business world than sending an email, and then immediately realizing that you made a mistake?Read More
The water's fine in the social media pool, but many companies are still afraid to allow workers to dive in. Experts say employers should take the social media plunge to buoy their brand and improve productivity.Read More
Our software company is evaluating the idea of letting some employees work from home. However we are concerned about cutting down on distractions and making sure they remain productive. We want to provide some basic "work at home" guidelines to them. What would you suggest we include?
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