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IBM | June 18, 2020
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced Watson Works, a curated set of products that embeds Watson artificial intelligence (AI) models and applications to help companies navigate many aspects of the return-to-workplace challenge following lockdowns put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.Returning people to the workplace during the continuing global pandemic demands new approaches to promote the health, safety and productivity of workers in a privacy-preserving way. Watson Works provides data-...
Black Book | September 21, 2020
Black Book Research surveyed 3,200 healthcare industry human resources professionals in order to better understand how organizations are preparing to return their employees to the workplace amidst the continued uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic with the assistance of technology. The findings show that the vast majority of organizations are being more tactical than strategic in their approach due to the slow adoption of analytics and cloud applications. In 2020, less than 40% of the 442 health...
PR Newswire | April 07, 2020
A new research brief documents the extent of the shift away from stand-alone defined benefit (DB) pension plans for a sample of 180 major local governments to see how it compares to the changes at the state level. In 2018, 19 percent of large localities had a defined contribution (DC), cash balance, or hybrid plan for new hires, instead of a stand-alone DB pension, up from 11 percent in 2001. These finding are contained in a new research brief, Have Localities Shifted Away from Traditional Defin...
Samsung | January 20, 2020
Samsung Canada, PCL Construction and Thales Canada are among Canada’s Top Employers for Young People for 2020, according to Mediacorp Canada. Winners of the competition were chosen based on programs and initiatives they offered to attract and retain younger workers. These include benefits such as tuition assistance and co-op or work-study programs. This year’s winning companies created more than 56,000 job opportunities in Canada for students and new graduates last year, in summer em...
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