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How to Create Better Employee Experiences for Workers with Disabilities

How to Create Better Employee Experiences for Workers with Disabilities

Companies that successfully attract and retain diverse talent have an edge — we all know that. Many studies have shown that it pays to have a varied workforce. For example, international management consulting firm McKinsey & Co.’s January 2018 report “Delivering Through Diversity,” which is based on a

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What it Takes to Create Exceptional Employee Experiences

What it Takes to Create Exceptional Employee Experiences

Today, people expect more of their employer than a paycheck. They want a people-centric workplace where they feel really and truly valued. In fact, a positive workforce experience is important to 78 percent of workers according to recent research conducted by Sage People  (registration required), part of Sage Business Cloud,

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What Do Employees Need in a Digital Workplace?

What Do Employees Need in a Digital Workplace?

Recent research from San Francisco-based independent research organization TMR found a significant rise  (registration required) in the demand for workplace transformation technology and services. These services are widely regarded as a way of enabling workers to complete tasks on time, ensuring better productivity and even happier workers.

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Quality Workplace Cultures Align Talent, Technology and Teamwork

Quality Workplace Cultures Align Talent, Technology and Teamwork

Balance sheets are not the sole determinants of success for today’s organizations. Leaders envision growing earnings and customer satisfaction while they create greater efficiencies and reduce costs. Achieving those goals in parallel requires quality and performance excellence.

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Digital Employee Experience Bridges the Gap Between HR and IT

Digital Employee Experience Bridges the Gap Between HR and IT

There’s a lot of good work being done within organizations to improve staff engagement and to help employees be more productive. The problem is that two different groups — human resources and IT — are spearheading these initiatives, and too often they don’t align.

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