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Resignations
7 in 10 tech employees are considering quitting, survey finds
Businesses may lose 7 out of 10 tech employees over the next 12 months, according to a new study that investigated what is being dubbed as 'the great resignation'.
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Unisys
New Zealand employees uncomfortable with monitoring technology
New Zealand employees are pushing back on monitoring technology when working from home, according to research from Unisys.
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Cloud
COVID-19 has led to a surge in employees looking to change jobs or upskill
The study of employees, managers, HR leaders, and C-level executives found that people all around the world have felt stuck in their personal and professional lives, but are ready to regain control of their futures.
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SaaS
Productiv redefines employee experience with SaaS Intelligence solution
Productiv’s solution is designed to give IT departments visibility into app usage, spend and compliance, enable greater automation of workflows and policies, and help teams to create personalised experiences.
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Data
Business leaders concerned ex-employees can access corporate data
Offboarding employees securely is a key problem for business leaders.
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Employee Experience
Expectations for flexible working up to 75%, what can be done?
"Leading organisations can drive performance by providing flexibility on all aspects of their work, and recognising their workforce comprises of people, not just employees.”
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Mobile Mentor
Mobile Mentor's Modern Work Assessment tackles the security & employee productivity challenge
It’s inevitable that every business will face the business challenge of balancing productivity with security.
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Workplace
Poly defines six 'personas' that sum up the Australian workforce
According to Poly, 92% of employees in a typical enterprise can be categorised into the six baseline personas.
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Remote Working
Employee experience critical in remote working environments - study
"The remote work trend has resulted in many positive benefits but still there are some challenges."
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Workforce technology
WorkForce Software increases revenue by 300% in APAC region
According to the company, the majority of new or existing customers contributing to revenue growth were seeking digital solutions to bridge the COVID-19-amplified gap between the workforce experience of employers and employees.
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CRM
Zoho launches CRM design studio to simplify personalisation
Canvas for Zoho CRM is a design studio for CRM personalisation. It enables businesses to create their own CRM interfaces that are better suited to the role of each employee, without IT or developer involvement.
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Cyber Risk
Employee stress leads to greater cyber risk for Australian companies
More than half (55%) of Australian employees feel their stress levels are impacting their ability to focus on their job, and are undertaking risky behaviours that expose organisations to cyber threats, according to new research from Forcepoint.
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Culture Amp
Culture Amp officially valued at $1.5bn after latest funding round
“With this strategic round of funding, we will empower more organisations and people leaders to unlock the power of humanity at work, as the industry's single most trusted place for all of their employee experience needs."
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Employee Experience
65% of employers focus more on employee experience in 2021 than two years ago
A new report reveals 65% of employers focus more on the employee experience in 2021 than two years ago, largely due to COVID-19.
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Cloud
Qualtrics acquires conversational analytics company Clarabridge for $1.125 billion
With Clarabridge, Qualtrics plans to enable organisations to tune into, analyse and act on everything customers and employees are saying, wherever they're saying it.
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Employee Experience
People are a demanding bunch: how to service the customer that wants everything
The everything customer might sound like an abstract concept, but if we brush away the buzzword veneer, it becomes apparent that we’re all everything customers.
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Employee Experience
Study finds huge disconnect between managers and employees
"As a manager, you may think you're doing a good job, but our research is demonstrating that there's a disconnect between what you think and what your employees are feeling."
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Digitisation
Atos launches employee experience solution for new frontier of work
"Engaged Employee Experience is our approach to this new frontier of work, which brings together people, places and things to support our clients transform their organisations.”
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IT departments
Employee experience high priority for IT leaders
IT leaders have an increasing impact on employee experience and business resilience a year into COVID-19, a global study reveals. 
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Cloud
Microsoft Viva: Microsoft unveils new employee experience platform
Microsoft has unveiled Microsoft Viva, an employee experience platform designed to bring tools for employee engagement, learning, wellbeing and knowledge discovery, directly into the flow of people’s work. 
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Mergers and Acquisitions
Workday acquires employee experience platform Peakon
“Peakon is on the cutting edge of helping organisations turn employee insights into more connected teams and stronger organisations.”
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Gartner
The 5 biggest decisions for business leaders in 2021, according to Gartner
Focusing on the role of HR leaders within the organisation, Gartner has highlighted five future of work decisions that must be made in 2021 if businesses want to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Gartner
Remote working to continue as common practice following COVID-19 vaccine
New findings from Gartner show that 90% of HR leaders will allow employees to work remotely, even following the release of a COVID-19 vaccine.
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Cybersecurity
Heightened stress means greater security risks, report finds
80% of companies say that an increased cybersecurity risk caused by human factors has posed a challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly in times of heightened stress.