As companies continue to grapple with economic uncertainty, the workplace remains ripe for optimization. By understanding exactly what’s happening across locations, employers can pinpoint inefficiencies, reduce operational overhead, and ensure the workplace—and their business—thrives. To do this, they need accurate, unified workplace data.
However, most organizations have a long way to go to optimize their data so they can use it to improve the workplace. A recent survey of workplace leaders and executives shows that although companies trust their data’s accuracy, collecting it is difficult and time-consuming. The complex process should have executives asking: Can we really rely on our current data to drive critical workplace decisions?