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Technology-Driven Change in the Modern Workplace

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As the new tech-savvy generation enters the workforce, the adoption of these technologies is becoming increasingly essential for organisations to stay on top of new work models. Embracing technological advances in the workplace has many advantages, including a rise in performance, productivity, motivation, and effectiveness.

Here are a few examples of how technologies are transforming the modern workplace:

1. Making flexible work arrangements easier, and enhancing collaboration and teamwork

Technological solutions have been vital in effectively implementing and managing hybrid work. Solutions include the cloud, file-sharing software, cybersecurity tools, instant messaging, collaboration tools, dynamic work-scheduling apps, and more. The ability to work anywhere and anytime with collaboration tools empowers teamwork with no borders. Investing in the right technology can create significant business value and productivity.

2. Ease of prioritising employee health

The importance of employee health and safety has increased especially with the need for contact tracing Covid-19 infections. As a security measure, around 93% of employers have diverted their attention to using technology for tracking workplace visitors for purposes of employee protection and contact tracing. Furthermore, the rise in initiatives towards emotional and mental health is being addressed through technologies like employee experience apps. These apps measure employee satisfaction which can assist organisations in creating strategies to satisfy their employees and decrease turnover.

3. Talent acquisition

Digital talent platforms are being used to recruit a growing number of freelancers. With the combined use of Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), Human Resources Information System (HRIS), and Candidate Relationship Management (CRM) platforms, candidates can be automatically screened, their interviews can be scheduled, and their skills can be matched to a job posting. The corporate sector now favours artificial intelligence (AI) integration into these technologies because it eliminates unconscious hiring prejudice.

4. Decreasing human error and improving workplace quality of life with digital automation and AI

Digital automation can increase organizations’ cost and time savings, allowing them to prioritise core business objectives. Automating certain activities also decreases human error and produces a more technologically advanced workforce. AI can improve automation, and additionally improve workplace quality of life such as by increasing efficiency and streamlining communication between departments.

5. Customised learning

Employees can now undergo training digitally, allowing for customization and personalization of learning according to their own needs. Workplace Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), e-learning platforms, and online coaching are some examples of ways employers can provide immersive training pathways.

Ready to see how CDM can fast-track your workplace to success?

CDM offers a range of modern workplace solutions and strive to help the client achieve an attractive work environment. We have a strong proof point for:

  • Setting priorities for team and information needs.
  • Using the appropriate technology to enable your team to have the proper applications, on the right devices, and be linked to the right team members and information.
  •  Deciding how to boost your productivity in remote and COVID periods.

Get in touch with our office nearest to you.


Techaeris – https://techaeris.com/2022/09/14/six-technologies-transforming-the-modern-workplace/

HRCloud – https://www.hrcloud.com/blog/how-is-technology-transforming-the-workplace

Core – https://www.core.co.uk/blog/four-ways-technology-is-transforming-the-workplace




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