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How to “Bundy On” with New Technology in a Skills Shortage | Australia Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited
Manufacturing in Australia is set to undergo significant change during the next decades, and workforce issues are already beginning to bite.
A recent survey suggests that, in the UK, 41% of employees are considering quitting their jobs in search of more fulfilling work. For employers looking to reverse this trend, artificial intelligence could be the solution.
Smart Process Automation with Bob Feller, CFO at WorkForce Software – Episode 8 | Leaders of Modern Finance Podcast
WorkForce Software’s Chief Financial Officer, Bob Feller, shares his insights from running a successful finance organization at a growing global SaaS software company.
With the rise in hybrid working models, professionals are reevaluating how they lead. This can lead to significant decisions that have long-lasting implications on a company’s success, culture, and inclusiveness.
After a year of pandemic-related isolation, increased workloads, and limited time off, employee burnout continues to grow, with as many as three out of four workers experiencing burnout on the job.
After the White House’s announcement of an impending vaccine mandate, HR leaders share how to navigate these unprecedented times to keep the workplace safe and retain key talent.
The U.S. federal government vaccine mandate is rolling out soon, according to industry experts. Under the mandate, private companies with 100 or more employees must require employees to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 or produce a weekly negative COVID-19 test.
Business leaders have been watching the debate over vaccine mandates closely. Companies are urged to implement processes for managing vaccination records and testing to remain compliant.
Organisations are potentially exposing themselves to HR and payroll compliance gaps due to outdated workforce management systems not keeping up during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Companies are rethinking their office spaces as the growth of hybrid working means the workplace has to be seen as an attractive place to get work done.
As the global economy struggles to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are fighting their own battle as they adapt to a hybrid work model that seems here to stay.