Digital Workplace for the Modern Employee
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Build a digital workforce that engages the modern employee, starting with a revitalized intranet
Date : January 25, 2017

Millennials comprise a growing percentage of the workforce—to which they bring expectations very different than the generations before them. One of those expectations is that they will be able to leverage the same modern digital capabilities that shape their personal lives to perform work and establish meaningful connections with and within their organizations. These expectations, along with other factors, are driving the evolution of a digital workplace.

Digital workplace for the modern employee

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