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Change is hard

Tech transformation requires employee buy-in. Here’s how to earn it.
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Why You Must Measure Employee Experience and Customer Satisfaction
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The happy enterprise

Well-crafted, measurable experiences are the future of business
How artificial intelligence tools promote diversity
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Working through divisions

AI tools can help leaders engage employees with empathy
The ideal employee experience after a digital transformation
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Share me the details

Hyper-personalised experiences blur the line between employee and customer
How employee experience grows from customer experience
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CX and EX are one

Leading companies merge customer and employee experiences to thrive
What Australian employees want
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Let’s get personal

Aussie workers want bespoke experiences at work—and they expect their bosses to know it
How AI and automation transforms the workplace
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Meet your ‘machine mate’

AI can boost productivity, allowing companies to lower costs, lift profits, and provide better experiences for their employees
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Equity in the workplace begins with equity at home

Hard-won lessons from a CFO who is challenging conventions and living her dream
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Make space for all: Digital accessibility benefits everyone

If you want to build market share, make sure your app—and your organization—works for everyone
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Hiring the neurodiverse

Businesses in need of tech talent have overlooked a fifth of humanity
Top companies are creating a first-class atmosphere, offering a consumer-like employee experience
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Don’t neglect your employee experience

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ESG strategy: How to get your board on board

A conversation with NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business director and professor Tensie Whelan
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Mind the (IT talent) gap

Demand for skilled tech workers far outstrips supply. To bridge this gap, many companies have started to recruit and train workers from underserved communities.