Wednesday, September 21, 2016

IoT, VR…For the employees, happiness at work is in the … –

Be a collabrateur proactive, yes, but the work environment should be just as “smart”. To make the environment smart work, employees feed many expectations of new technologies, according to the study, “The Future Workforce Study 2016” co-sponsored by Dell/Intel and conducted with 4 000 employees.

all In all, the employees in the world are tired of their positions of traditional work. They are seeking environments “more mobile, more productive, and more capable than before. However, this is not yet the case,” notes the authors. If the employees are aware of the ultra world connected in which they operate, their frustration is all the greater as they do not see their place of work evolve at the same speed.

38% of employees who work in France believe that the technology available to them at work is not smart enough (compared with 44% on average internationally).

Soon, the communication in face-to-face will be considered ineffective. 59% of French employees surveyed rely on remote collaboration, including through telework, and new technologies of communication.


within five years, the employees think that they will use technologies of augmented reality or virtual reality. The connected objects are also expected to change the methods of work.

impatience is also strong around the intelligence artficielle. 69% of French people think that the AI may facilitate the task. 48% see it as a productivity gain.

While they are increasingly using the platform of the economy of sharing in their daily lives (car-sharing, housing, services…), more than two-thirds indicate that they want to take part in the economy of sharing in 2017. This is proportion is even bigger in the Y generation (83%).

And it is better to meet these desires. An asset on two of the generation Y says it is ready to leave his post if he believes that the technology that provides them his or her employer is not complying with its expectations.

employers who do not know how to keep up to date of new developments at risk of being left behind by more agile (…) employers are hesitant and doubtful must understand that this is a tremendous opportunity to position their company in the first line of a work environment of the future to meet their teams and accompany their evolution ,” predicts the study.

SEE: The study, “Future Workforce Study” (Dell/Intel)

Methodology: The study 2016 was conducted by the research institute of Penn Schoen Berland, on behalf of Dell and Intel. He has led 3 801 online interview in companies of all sizes, from different countries, between April and may 2016. The distribution of the samples is performed in the same way, with 400 or 300 respondents per country (400 in France). 2 050 are men, and 1 751 are women. The majority (2 389) is over the age of 35 years. The institute has selected employees working more than 35 hours per week, in the sectors Education, government, financial services, health, construction, media and entertainment and retail.

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