The workplace today can be anywhere from a remote office to a transatlantic plane. Workers now expect the same tools, access and connectivity wherever they are. The result is that technology inspires some and disrupts others.
Many workers lack the agility needed to work from anywhere and this lack of mobility has implications for security. More than two-thirds (67 percent) of digital workers in Australia admit to using workarounds that bypass security protocols.
The New Digital Workplace Divide research explores the connection between technology and worker productivity, engagement and attrition. Unisys surveyed 12,000 digital workers in 12 countries: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Germany, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, U.K. and U.S.
Key highlights from the Australian results:
- Technology laggards breed employee frustration and attrition
- Devices are the biggest pain point for workers at technology laggard organisations
- Australia is falling behind in the APAC region
- Security needs to be a priority in Australian organisations
Learn more about specific concerns and trends in Australia, and the tangible steps we believe organisations can take now to respond to and empower their digital workers.
Empower your digital workers to build a better workplace
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