Want to stay relevant? These 5 future work skills will be essential

We’ve all read the dire predictions. Robots are coming for our jobs. Artificial intelligence will make humans obsolete. Anything we can do, machines can do better.

How employee engagement drives ROI

Employee engagement is not just another business platitude, it’s a proven business strategy. Without employees who are emotionally committed to an organization and its goals, a company cannot remain competitive.

The impact of AI and the future of work

Although still in its infancy, AI has introduced game-changing new capabilities into the business world.  Machine learning and chatbots have crept into our digital lives, first on the consumer side and now, as workplace tools to help employees get more done.

Without employee experience, your bottom line will suffer

Employee experience has become the new key differentiator for companies looking to drive revenue growth.

How an integration platform can improve the productivity of organizations

Are emails killing your productivity? Have meetings become a major time sink? Do your employees spend hours manually updating spreadsheets?

How feeds have changed the way we interact with email

When it comes to communication, email remains the undisputed champion of the business world. Today’s employees spend more than 6 hours a day sending and receiving an average of 123 emails.

Types of technology in the workplace every digital business should know

Throughout the years, technology has been sought after and adapted by businesses. From the stenotype machine to the post-it note, new types of technology in the workplace have consistently allowed businesses to flourish.

The role of portals in the digital workplace

Whatever happened to enterprise portals? They were supposed to be the future of work. Tech companies clamored to provide the next big portal, and corporations made heavy investments in the technology.

3 employee engagement strategies proven to improve employee satisfaction

Walk into any given office meeting, and odds are just one in three people in the room feel engaged in their work. The rest are either checked out or openly hostile toward your company.