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The Underlying Work and Improvement Opportunities From Technology

While new software and other related solutions are often looked at as a replacement for human-backed processes, new technologies also offer new opportunities in terms of skills and livelihood. Technological advancements continue to be the par-for-the-course for just about every industry imaginable, and in some cases have led to the emergence of new industries altogether. The desire for quicker and more comfortable transportation, for example, led to the creation of the first automobile, and sub

Kalibrr Hosts First World Interaction Design Day Gathering in the Philippines

Job matching leader gathers design and tech professionals for networking and discussions on diversity and inclusion and design Presented in partnership by Adobe and the Interaction Design Association, World Interaction Design Day is a global celebration of the ability of interaction design to improve the human condition. Aimed at having a positive and long-lasting impact through facilitating activities supporting dialogue and outcomes, simultaneous events were scheduled to take place in commun

The Expanding Role of Learning in Employee Engagement

Training and education have long outgrown classrooms and is now proving to be a beneficial tool for acquiring, developing, engaging, and retaining talent. There continues to be some apprehension towards investing on skills improvement, particularly from employers who are wary of spending significant time and resources on training and development while risking receiving little to no return in investment since upskilled employees can eventually take their talents elsewhere. Despite the cynicism,

Technology Disrupting Industries Now More Than Ever Thanks to Consumers

New technologies continue to change user and consumer behavior, which in turns drives the demand for further innovation Some of the world’s greatest technological advancements have served as something of a turning point in history, with each considerably changing not only the way people live and work but also turning some industries obsolete while giving rise to new industries altogether. From automobiles outpacing horses and horse-drawn carriages, to desktop computers and printers resulting

The Underlying Work and Improvement Opportunities From Technology

While new software and other related solutions are often looked at as a replacement for human-backed processes, new technologies also offer new opportunities in terms of skills and livelihood. Technological advancements continue to be the par-for-the-course for just about every industry imaginable, and in some cases have led to the emergence of new industries altogether. The desire for quicker and more comfortable transportation, for example, led to the creation of the first automobile, and sub

Kalibrr Hosts First World Interaction Design Day Gathering in the Philippines

Job matching leader gathers design and tech professionals for networking and discussions on diversity and inclusion and design Presented in partnership by Adobe and the Interaction Design Association, World Interaction Design Day is a global celebration of the ability of interaction design to improve the human condition. Aimed at having a positive and long-lasting impact through facilitating activities supporting dialogue and outcomes, simultaneous events were scheduled to take place in commun

The Expanding Role of Learning in Employee Engagement

Training and education have long outgrown classrooms and is now proving to be a beneficial tool for acquiring, developing, engaging, and retaining talent. There continues to be some apprehension towards investing on skills improvement, particularly from employers who are wary of spending significant time and resources on training and development while risking receiving little to no return in investment since upskilled employees can eventually take their talents elsewhere. Despite the cynicism,

Technology Disrupting Industries Now More Than Ever Thanks to Consumers

New technologies continue to change user and consumer behavior, which in turns drives the demand for further innovation Some of the world’s greatest technological advancements have served as something of a turning point in history, with each considerably changing not only the way people live and work but also turning some industries obsolete while giving rise to new industries altogether. From automobiles outpacing horses and horse-drawn carriages, to desktop computers and printers resulting

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