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In recent years, there has been a shift away from flexible work arrangements, with some organizations encouraging employees to return to the office through incentives or persuasion. A study found that employers often prefer in-person onboarding and training, suggesting a desire for more face-to-face interactions.
WorkForce Software’s Third Annual Global Employee Experience Study Reveals Deskless Workers Are Still Dissatisfied at Work | National Post
New employee experience research shows that while managers have a better understanding of their frontline workers’ growing expectations, there is a lack of action from employers.
Business Chief highlights the third annual WorkForce Software 2023 Employee Experience Survey results that show a narrowing perception gap between employers and employees regarding key elements of workplace culture and their experience at work.
Deskless Workers Are Still Dissatisfied at Work and Employers Are Struggling to Meet Their Needs | Reward Strategy
WorkForce Software unveiled the key findings of its third annual Global Employee Experience (EX) Study. The research sheds light on a critical challenge faced by organizations amid the backdrop of competitive labor markets and the urgent need for a return on investment in business transformation initiatives.
Tech Century delves into the recent findings from WorkForce Software’s third annual Global Employee Experience Study, highlighting the notable shift in the perceptions of both employers and employees, particularly in terms of employee scheduling flexibility.
New research by WorkForce Software talks about how today’s employee experience shows there is a lack of action from employers. More than half (54%) of employees said they are open to leaving their place of work in the next six months, while one in five (20%) are unlikely to recommend their place of work to a friend or family member.
WorkForce Software’s third annual Global Employee Experience (EX) Study finds that while managers have a better understanding of their frontline workers’ growing expectations, there is a lack of action from employers. There is considerable work to do to solve problems faced by deskless workers.
WorkForce Software’s Employee Experience Study Reveals Deskless Workers Are Still Dissatisfied at Work | Financial Post
New employee experience research by WorkForce Software shows that while managers have a better understanding of their frontline workers’ growing expectations, there is a lack of action from employers.
Operational Communications: Elevate the Voice of Your Deskless Workers | HR.com Human Experience Excellence
Discover the untapped power of deskless worker voices in shaping successful businesses. Learn why the Voice of the Employee (VOE) is crucial, the pitfalls to avoid, and best practices to elevate deskless worker engagement for improved productivity and a connected workforce.
There’s no question that the prevailing tech trends in 2023 have been focused on artificial intelligence and, more specifically, generative AI. Looking ahead as we enter the final quarter of 2023, industry experts say AI will continue to be a dominant trend in 2024, but it’s not the only tech-related opportunity—or challenge—businesses can expect in the months ahead.
Sandra Moran, Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer at WorkForce Software, speaks with Manufacturing Dive readers about the challenges that deskless workers face in accessing their mental health benefits. Moran points out that while these workers often receive mental health benefits, they encounter difficulties in utilizing them due to unpredictable work schedules.