While some employers may be weary of investing in new technology in the current economy, it turns out not empowering workers with modern workforce management technology can end up being more costly.
Executives, IT managers and employees all have different, often conflicting, opinions about the future of work technology and its role in hybrid and remote work, between the technology solutions envisioned by executives and the tools favored by workers.
Last year, WorkForce Software revealed dramatically different perspectives between employers and workers on the quality of the employee experience during the pandemic. Across the board, the study found significant gaps between what organizations believed they were providing and what employees actually experienced.
The labor shortage, of course, hasn’t helped. Now combined with rising wages, especially in the tech industry, today’s labor market is causing many organizations to struggle to find ways to get it all done.