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Article: How technology benefits administration and drives employee engagement

Article: How technology benefits administration and drives employee engagement

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Scot Marcotte, Chief Technology Officer of Buck, discusses best practices in using technology to improve the success of individual employees, using human-centered design to entice and motivate talent in a very organization-specific mix.

This article, published by Tech Decisions, focuses on the need to focus on employee outcomes, rather than just administrative processes. It discusses a hub approach that allows organizations to take a best-in-breed, adjustable approach to vendor selection while maintaining consistent user experience, process flow and metrics.

In addition, Marcotte discusses the potential for blockchain technologies to give employees control over the degree of customization desired and the use of personal data for a richer experience.

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