When was the last time someone at work called out due to illness? Most can say no less than a day or two ago. In fact, a recent poll that was cited by a Colorado television station showed that 38 percent of 1,000 people polled intentionally went to work ill – up to the point that they risked getting others sick in the process (Engelbart & Dahlke, 2019). This is further complicated when personnel don’t have available benefits or options to be able to get back to a healthy normal in as little time as possible. Hence, what is management to do when it comes to providing a healthy workplace?
Take a moment and reflect on tech leadership in our society; what is one of the first things that comes to your mind? If it is the fact that it is predominantly made up of males in those roles, you’re correct. Women are just as impactful in tech leadership positions than their male counterparts. In this short blog post, we’re going to show you just how impactful they really are and why businesses should focus more on giving women the opportunity to lead their organizations.
Acquiring new talent can be one of the most difficult tasks a firm takes on in order to stay in business. From posting jobs and interviewing, to determining who the best candidates are, and then making offers, the process is quite complex. Within the last several years, larger companies turned to artificial intelligence as a way to assist in this process. Replacing warm-blooded human resource (HR) professionals with machines was seen as a way to reduce costs and review resumes more efficiently. But is this really the case? Today, we’re going to provide a brief analysis on artificial intelligence (AI) and its benefits and costs to a company.
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