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Policy and training needed to counter employee DIY AI risk

Wadds Inc.

Many employees are using generative AI tools at work without formal approval or guidance from their employers. More than a quarter (28%) of employees surveyed said they currently use generative AI at work, and over half do so without formal approval. Most employees have not received training on the ethical use of generative AI.

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How to Develop a Corporate Policy for Employee Use of AI: A Guide for Automotive Suppliers

Bianchi Biz Blog

As generative AI tools continue to gain popularity in the workplace, it has become increasingly evident that automotive suppliers need to consider establishing a corporate policy that governs their employees’ use of these tools. Others may want to allow the use of AI tools to draft documents, content and communication.

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Is technology killing employee communications?

Communications Conversations

Consider the following: Three out of four (75 percent) employees report wasting time to keep up with the constant dings, pings, chats and more. Two-thirds of employees (66 percent) report losing between 30 minutes and 1 hour every day from pressure to keep up, costing over three billion dollars in annual profits from wasted time alone.

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Why aren’t employers giving PR employees the benefits they want?

Communications Conversations

By now, the “war for talent” has been well-documented. Employees hold all the cards. Employers need to adapt in terms of what employees really want in the new economy. How do you expect to keep star employees motivated when you’re giving them, essentially, what amounts to a cost-of-living increase?

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How To Work Remotely And Successfully From Anywhere As A PR Pro

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Often the main reason employees choose to work abroad is to experience a new culture. Employees work most productively when they feel trust, support and empowerment by their employers. Some even set alerts to remind them to move on to the next task. Sharpen your time-management skills. Ask for trust and support from your employer .

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Corporate Reputation And The Whistleblower Culture

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Just two months ago, luggage company Away grappled with reputation stumbles after employees shared internal slack messages that unpacked a punitive workplace culture. ” In many companies, especially high-growth technology businesses, there have been different standards of behavior for certain employees.

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PR Lessons From The Biggest Failures of 2023

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

By Monday, most of OpenAI’s rank-and-file employees were threatening to follow them. Target found itself in a somewhat similar situation when anti-LGBTQ customers criticized its Pride Month displays, in some cases trashing store merchandise and harassing employees. It was a lose-lose.

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