By Steven Toft 13th November 2018
Barely a week goes by without another headline about the future of work, along with predictions of a brave new world. Sure, these predictions are indicative of some trends and we are further towards most of them than we were ten years ago but the progress has been much slower than forecasters envisaged. Work in 2020 doesn't look anywhere near as futuristic as the breathless headlines of the late 2000s suggested.
By Carmen von Rohr 30th October 2018
Companies have always held sensitive data on their workforces. Historically, this data has been used for diverse purposes, such as to preserve business records, to meet legal and regulatory obligations, and/or as evidence in litigation. However, advanced technologies are now providing powerful new tools that allow companies unprecedented access to employee data. In today's digitally disrupted economy, many companies see an opportunity to turn the insights gleaned from employee data into a source of competitive advantage that will allow them to thrive in the new economy.