Remote Work

As the coronavirus pressures employees and organizations around the world, working from home has become a business necessity. Here’s our coverage of what employers need to know, how vendors are working to fulfill their customers’ requirements and the changes developing across the landscape of remote-work technology.

Seventy-percent (70%) of Human Resources professionals say the difficulty of complying with state and local laws has increased markedly as their companies hire more workers from more states. An increasing number of employers are hiring across wider geographies as they wrestle with increased demands for remote, hybrid, flexible and non-standard...
A number of HR professionals are struggling to manage key challenges that confront their organizations this year and next. According to a report by the HR Research Institute, most  acknowledge they’re not prepared for the quick, dramatic changes anticipated  to come along with the future of work.   In fact,...
Mark: Welcome to PeopleTech, the podcast of the HCM Technology Report. I'm Mark Feffer.             My guest today is Stacey Torrico, the CHRO of Accurate Background. They provide employment background screening and workforce monitoring. Stacey's job involves HR strategy, talent acquisition, diversity, equity and inclusion, and learning and development. We're going...
Executives tend to focus on employee productivity, often ranking it their number one priority. Areas like workplace culture and employee satisfaction land further down the list. So it's not surprising that research by Ivanti, an automation platform, found that 62% of the C-Suite prioritizes profitability over employee experience. This has...
Transcript Mark: Welcome to PeopleTech, the podcast of the HCM Technology Report. I'm Mark Feffer. My guest today is Amy Leschke-Kahle, vice president of performance acceleration at the Marcus Buckingham Company, a unit of ADP. People talk a lot about the expectations of younger workers today. But how different...
Almost three-quarters of managers, some 73%, believe productivity and engagement have either improved or stayed the same as more employees moved to remote work. Still, 60% either agree or strongly agree that a full-time return to the office will take place in the near future. On top of that,...
Transcript Mark: Welcome to PeopleTech, the podcast of the HCM Technology Report. I'm Mark Feffer. Joining us today is Martha Bird, the chief business anthropologist at ADP. We're going to talk about hybrid work, it's impact on how work gets done, on people, and on managing a workforce under...
Beginning in May, New York State employers will be required disclose their electronic monitoring of workers' use of technology such as videoconferencing or the internet. Bloomberg notes the law comes as more workers depend on technology to get their jobs done. At the same time, the law comes into effect as...
Melanie Lougee Head of Employee Workflow Strategy, ServiceNow While organizations have long prioritized creating great digital experiences for their employees, the past 20+ months have intensified the need to deliver linked, personal, consumer-grade ways of working and connecting. To ensure that all employees have consistent access to information, support and...
Workers are more interested in nailing down flexible schedules than they are in hybrid-office arrangements. According to The Wall Street Journal, a Future Forum report said 95% of the workers surveyed want flexible hours, compared to 78% who want “location flexibility.” (The Future Forum is a consortium focused...