Published on 29/04/2020 in Sectors
By 2020, half of the workforce will be millennials.
As the digital natives become a growing part of the workforce, the workplace needs to become more digital as well.
How can you make your workplace suited for the next generation of workers?
Your digital workplace isn’t just about technology. People and processes are equally important.
Moving to the digital workplace is a delicate balancing act between:
In the highly competitive market of employment agencies, Manpower Belux looked to increase its productivity by working more flexibly and building a cost-efficient network environment in the cloud. This digital transformation created a faster, smarter and more secure network, delivering a more personalized end-user experience.
44% of employees think their workspace isn’t smart enough. A digital transformation of your workspace can greatly improve the satisfaction rate of your digital native employees.
It enables your company:
USG People is an HR service provider that puts more than 100,000 people to work every year. To win the war for talent, USG People opted to digitally transform by increasing the connectivity between offices, facilitating the internet and mobile access for employees, and allowing everyone to work whenever and wherever they want.
The road to a fully digitalized workplace may seem hard at first. But less so when a roadmap has been defined along well-defined objectives. A number of key elements to take into consideration are: