Technology can change the way an office operates
Thursday, 11 August 2011 16:00employee performance.
The new, technology-driven workplace does not mean less organization, as companies remain dedicated to ensuring strong employee performance whether workers are near or far. Additionally, there is still a focus on maintaining a healthy staff.
New workplaces "must also become physically healthy places to spend hours of time, since sedentary work has emerged as a significant health threat," wrote author Andrew McAfee.
E-learning programs may be especially helpful, since they reduce commute time and allow for more flexibility, according to the University of Iowa. Additionally, the school reported that the venue allows users to develop stronger computer skills.
Employee wellness programs that utilize e-learning software may allow workers to reduce stress when away from the conventional office and making telecommuting a more effective, convenient way to conduct business.
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