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Is your employee-monitoring technology crossing the line between tracking productivity and violating employee privacy? At a glance Employee-monitoring software goes well beyond timesheet applications that track attendance and billable hours. Such software can also monitor which applications employees are using, who they are chatting with online and what they’re saying. The aim is to …

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Aug. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The 2020 Paychex Pulse of HR Survey, released today, found that 88 percent of HR leaders feel they are a strategic partner within their organization, particularly as they play a vital role in navigating new regulatory challenges compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic. The fourth annual report from Paychex, Inc., …

This post is sponsored by Philip Morris International. For companies that are open to digital transformation, 2020 is going to be a banner year. Several technologies have advanced to the point that workplaces can realize efficiencies and increased productivity unlike anything seen since the ‘90s – when email and web services transformed business as usual.  …

For the historian of science and technology, the Narendra Modi government’s ambitious push for electric vehicles (EVs) should ring a bell. After many decades, India is witnessing once again the unseemly fraternisation of high technology and authoritarian governance. On the one hand, the government has championed EV, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and packaged sundry technologies into …

Business owners everywhere are inundated with claims that they need to embrace the latest technological marvel if they want to remain successful in an ever-evolving marketplace. While many people understand the importance of innovating, however, relatively few entrepreneurs and managers know how to actually go about improving everyday productivity with the help of digital technology. …

In 1930, a year into the Great Depression, John Maynard Keynes sat down to write about the economic possibilities of his grandchildren. Despite widespread gloom, as the global economic order fell to its knees, the British economist remained upbeat, saying that the “prevailing world depression…blind[s] us to what is going on under the surface”. In …

Fortune asked CEOs at six companies to detail the benefits gained from investing heavily in technology throughout their businesses. In this video you’ll hear from Bob Swan, CEO, Intel; Sasan Goodarzi, CEO, Intuit; Margo Georgiadis, president & CEO, Ancestry; Elli Kaplan, cofounder & CEO, Neurotrack; Chriss Britt, cofounder & CEO, Chime; and Greg Becker, president …

Henry Ford is generally credited with saying, You can think you’re right or wrong, Either way, you’ll be correct. Others are credited with proclaiming, Whatever the mind of man, can perceive and conceive, he can achieve. If all other factors, are considered equal, it’s important, therefore, to realize, and recognize, there is a strong, relevant …

Cloud technology has delivered $9.4 billion in productivity benefits to the Australian economy in the past five years, according to a newly released research report. The report by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Deloitte Access Economics (DAE) – ‘The Economic Value of Cloud Services in Australia’ – covering 500 Australian businesses using cloud services, found …