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Are American Employers Slow In Innovation?

Updated: Sep 22, 2023



Recent employers' trends from Fortune highlights how employer's desire for the workforce to return to the office environment is fueling other areas of advancement that may be an unintended result of using desires of advancement toward the detriment of those who may be restricted by it. Just as many workers look to have more independence in daily activities, many organizations are looking into using technology to capture and operate organizational desires; but to the detriment of who? Would it go beyond the employees, toward the market that the companies and organizations operate in? So, it's stands to ask this question, just as we go onto advancements in opportunities and discussions of opportunities, it bears us to think about those who are not included in the conversations on advancements. As we work to break those bubbles and silos created well before the endemic, we offer insight on how WWG can guide a community to work with grants and clear pathways. During this time of re-ide


ntifying how we look at spaces we are in, we haven't thought how we can further utilize the technology to connect those spaces beyond the policies that limit us.


This is a call to question if the U.S. employers are using technology to advance workplace habits or are they contributing to use requirements in regulation and policies to bend the workforce to where employers will and control? But is that being shared in communications to the workforce, policies demonstrated in restrictions, or the requirements of retraining to notify of policy changes? Are Employee privy to know what the plans of leadership and those in the director positions want from those who exercise the daily processes to get the jobs complete, or are they left to see the writing on the wall.

Are Employers, managers, and directors choosing to utilize the advancement of their industries for the benefit of the workforce, as well as for the industry, and how are our organizations putting their goals where they hope to advance resources for the success of the future of community.





The existence of excessive micromanagement found in the corporate environment maybe where we should turn to answer the question. Should a view at the amount of authority and control being used by management allows the technology to remove the veil and blur the lines of balance that was touted in the workforce environment. But let's stay on the surface for now.



Even as productivity has risen managers and directors are calling for minimum office times of 1 to 2 days a week. Is that going to be the case next year this time?

The satisfaction of employers to see employees work and progress has invaded into special technology being used to capture the times and ways the computer was used and, calls as well! But, does that prove productivity? Are we missing opportunities to use technological advancements to apply to individuals in the workforce, or is reserving these benefits a way for employers and even the worse managers of us, to exude power over our workforce.


As a society in the workforce, what are we afraid of? Are we applying technology to practices in the workplace


WWG wants to get your feedback and ways we can share opportunities with the community. Capturing missed opportunities are a job in progress so share your feedback and help us resolve that.


Are employers using technology to capture workforce advancement for individual productivity?

  • Yes, employers give opportunities for individual advancement

  • No, advance in the workforce is an individuals creative path




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