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New Dell/Intel report shows employers are not keeping up with employee tech needs

New Dell/Intel report shows employers are not keeping up with employee tech needs

"Dell and Intel have teamed up to create their newest Future Workforce Study 2016 which reveals how people around the world feel about how technology is shaping the workplace. 

Source: futurereadyworkforce.dell.com

This report offers lots of great insights into how global employees feel about their technology, collaboration, facetime, augmented reality, virtual reality, remote work and more.


Former Bell Labs 2 million sf building being transformed into live/work/play environment

Former Bell Labs 2 million sf building being transformed into live/work/play environment

"The promenade area will connect tenants and visitors to a host of dining and entertainment venues, health and wellness services, renovated office space and educational facilities, a hotel and conference center for both employees and visitors." 

Source: rew-online.com

It seems fitting that a place that was home to seven Nobel Prize winners and was the birth place of the laser, the Big Bang theory, cellular technology and the transistor, is innovating yet again.


Gensler

Gensler

Gensler’s 2016 U.S. Workplace Survey provides critical insights on how and where work is happening today, how effectively the workplace supports that work, and how the workplace environment impacts overall employee experience.

Source: www.gensler.com

Gensler's latest workplace surveys (US, UK, Asia) show definitive link between choice in where people work (both inside and outside the office) and innovation. 


Telecommuting Myths Busted in this CNN Money article

Telecommuting Myths Busted in this CNN Money article

Plenty of surveys show how much employees want the option to work from home at least part of the week. Yet not all managers are on board. Here's why ... and why they should rethink their concerns, say flexible workplace experts.

Source: money.cnn.com

Companies like Dell, Aetna, SAP and many others are adopting remote work in a big way and they're reaping the benefits. It's not about telecommuting, or mobile work, or whatever you want to call it, it's just the way employees of leading companies are working.


Should workplace flexibility be a strategy or a perk? Experts weigh in on the answer. #shrm

Should workplace flexibility be a strategy or a perk? Experts weigh in on the answer. #shrm

Organizations should stop looking at workplace flexibility—which includes telework—as a benefit, perk or accommodation, and instead start looking at it as a strategic way of attracting, retaining and engaging employees.

Source: www.shrm.org

This is not to say everyone should, could, or wants to work remotely. And it doesn't mean no one ever goes to an office. The critical issue is that employees crave a choice over where and when they work. And when they get what they want, they are more engaged, productive, loyal, and even healthy. If that's not an argument for flexibility as a strategic advantage, I don't know what is.


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