Is Bad Technology Holding Your Employees Back?

July 21, 2016 staplesadvantagecanada

Is outdated technology holding your employees back from doing their best work? In the 2016 Workplace Index, nearly 75% of people reported not having access to the latest technology that would help them do their job more effectively and efficiently.

Investing in new technology for your company may seem like a costly undertaking that you might not feel ready or willing to commit to, however not upgrading may be holding you and your company back. If you weigh the costs of updating your technology against the benefits of how the right technology can propel your business forward, the results will probably speak for themselves. Giving your employees access to the right technology can dramatically increase efficiencies. Even simple improvements like switching an on-the-go employee’s computer from a desktop to a laptop or tablet can help give them immediate access to work from beyond the office walls. Adding or updating technology in your conference rooms can take presentations and business meetings to a more professional level.

So how do you know if your current workplace technology is holding your employees back from doing their best work? Use the Room to Room Checklist to take a quick audit of the essentials so that you can ensure your company and employees are set up for success.

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