How do you position your company as a highly desirable ‘destination workplace’? The answer, it seems lies in technology.
According to new research from human resources company Randstand, only 10% of organisations are technically superior, having fully implemented emerging technologies like Automation, AI & digital collaboration platforms. This might seem gimmicky, but to your employees, it is extremely important.
90% of employees want ‘...to acquire new skills in order to further their careers...’ however, only one-third of respondents said that their current employer offered sufficient opportunities to develop those skills. This is causing employees to jump ship in droves. In fact, 40% of employees have already left previous employers because they lacked sufficient opportunities to develop new technology skills, and a further 58% reported a need to seek new employment to further develop new technology skills.
There is a clear opportunity here for employers to position themselves as digital leaders. These companies are 165% more likely to save costs, achieve business objectives, increase revenue and see a return on investment than other employers.
In practical terms, this means:
Investing in the latest software and training for staff so it is adapted properly.
Ensuring the technology is effortlessly integrated into the workplace
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