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Sponsor's Content | Extending the Digital Workplace: How an Empowered Workforce Can Help Utilities Respond to Crises

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Utility companies are tapping tech to help their employees respond to challenging conditions such as crises scenarios caused by extreme weather or aging infrastructure. They must keep the different needs of a diverse workforce in mind when they deliver workplace technology, especially to those in the field who ensure reliable service. Here, an industry executive and a scholar suggest key considerations for the utilities digital workplace.

How Emotion-Sensing Technology Can Reshape the Workplace

New emotion-sensing technologies can help employees make better decisions, improve concentration, alleviate stress, and adopt healthier and more productive work styles. But companies must address important privacy issues.

Four Habits of Highly Effective Virtual Teams

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Employers thinking about allowing employees to work remotely are often conflicted. On the one hand, employees are hungry for this valuable work/life option. On the other, a number of prominent companies that once embraced the virtual work option have pulled back, citing the desire for more immediacy and opportunities for serendipity. But for managers who are looking to get the most out of a remote policy, there are best practices to help their organizations succeed.

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