Systems translate tasks and notes that may exist only in your mind into a process that can be replicated by any member of your team — without you watching over their shoulder all the time.
A recent study by Oxford Economics examined the modern workplace and found that, although employees want to be productive at work, open-plan offices, constant conductivity and technology hiccups are all standing in the way.
Encourage your HR department to consider how technology can help increase productivity, starting with these four easy ways.
For those employers who are concerned about improper downloading or divulgence of their proprietary information, you may wish to consider these recommendations:
How best, on the one hand, to protect their business’ confidential information and trade secrets and, on the other, not to invade the privacy of employees?
The dilemma of how to regulate employees’ Internet use is an ongoing struggle for small businesses.
Do you know how your employees feel about your technology?
The cloud is not only helping businesses get work done, but also creating work opportunities.