Fast Company January 10, 2022
Kevin Diestel

New digital tools—measuring everything from performance to how happy employees are—can help leaders better meet the needs of their workforce.

It’s no secret, COVID massively accelerated the future of work timeline. It’s hurled us out of an outdated industrial-age model and into a distributed one that’s optimized for the internet era. HR tech no longer sits on the back burner, it is now front and center in the minds of employees, executives and boards. This flash-flood transition has very quickly accelerated what we used to call the “future of work” into the “now of work.” 

This transition has only been exacerbated with the multitude of talent issues executives are facing. The Great Resignation—and the shrinking talent pool...

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