Distracted workers contribute to much more than simply a loss of productivity. Here’s how to fight back.
Artificial intelligence is supposed to trigger a wave of productivity not seen since Ford built the first assembly line. Translating this promise into real-world results will take time, expertise and a newly trained workforce.
Picking the right tool and implementing it properly will help employees improve their productivity, but being too quick to roll out tools and not gaining feedback could lead to frustrated teams that don’t trust management.
Productivity sags the Monday after the Super Bowl, so should employers consider caving in and let employees have it off? Rick Bell and Frank Kalman say that’s absurd on the latest Talent10x.
A recent survey from the internet streaming service shows some employees admit to watching movies and TV shows while at work. How should executives react?
These were the top TE stories from the week. Plus, Friday’s best stories of what we’re reading from around the web.
These are the top talent stories we’re reading from around the web.
Today’s always-on work environment overlooks research showing that the secret to productivity growth is finding time to work less, not more.
These were today’s top talent stories from around the web.
President Trump built his early agenda on pressuring corporate chiefs to stop offshoring jobs outside the U.S. But experts say rising wages in traditional offshoring hotspots and other risks make the economics of ‘reshoring’ workers back home more attractive.