30.07.2019

Why Employees Should Be Key Stakeholders in Workplace Technology

There has been considerable debate over the past three years about what a digital workplace should look like and how to get workers engaged with the new realities of working. However, research that is starting to trickle out of the Commission on Workers and Technology indicates that despite all the discussion, workers are still being left out of the loop when it comes to choosing workplace technology.


Public Policy and Digital Workplace

This isn't vendor-driven research, it's a public policy initiative that aims to discoverwhat is happening in the workplace in the face of technology-driven changes and to advise government policy on how to manage the workplace changes.


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