Category Archives: Workplace Evolution

4 Parts of a Successful Digital Workplace (That Don’t Include Messaging)

Chintan Jain — February 7, 2020 Implementing a digital workplace in an organization is not something that can happen overnight. Instead, it requires developing a thorough, multi-phase strategy that can take anything from weeks to months. A digital workplace is a virtual replacement of the physical offices, and it gives employees all the digital tools … Continue reading 4 Parts of a Successful Digital Workplace (That Don’t Include Messaging)

Slides Are For Children and Office Perks Are Ruining the Workplace

Kyle Weber — December 4, 2019 Picture yourself at work, dressed for the job you want over the job you have, opening emails with “Hi” and “Hello” instead of “Hey.” You fix your hair, strike a power pose, then march down the hall for that client meeting you’ve been prepping for all week. This presentation … Continue reading Slides Are For Children and Office Perks Are Ruining the Workplace

How to Tackle Workplace Stress in Your Small Business

Laura Cole — October 27, 2019 Whilst some business challenges are unique to specific industries and markets, others are universal in their nature and impact on small, medium and large ventures alike. Take the concept of workplace stress, for example, which continues to weigh heavily on firms and employees from across the globe. In the … Continue reading How to Tackle Workplace Stress in Your Small Business

Innovating an Inclusive Workspace: Data Tools Can Help Recruiters Address their Gender Biases

Ryan Ayers — October 8, 2019 Follow @TheBizTechGuru HR professionals can promote diversity and inclusion by leveraging technology that eliminates hiring bias. The technological revolution is still in play. However, it’s already sparking a new kind of revolution – diversity and inclusion. At the beginning of the tech industry diversity revolution, social advocates pointed out … Continue reading Innovating an Inclusive Workspace: Data Tools Can Help Recruiters Address their Gender Biases