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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.

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Policy and training needed to counter employee DIY AI risk

Wadds Inc.

Governance, clear policies and training around ethical AI are urgently needed to mitigate against unauthorised usage. Many employees are using generative AI tools at work without formal approval or guidance from their employers. The good news is that employees using unauthorised generative AI tools recognise this is a problem.


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AI Policies for Business: Creating a Competitive and Sustainable Future

Stern + Associates

AI Policies to Benefit Business and Empower Employees As the innovative potential of artificial intelligence (AI) continues to develop at an exponential pace, it becomes essential to integrate these technologies within an organization’s products and processes. “The

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10 Great Ways To Show Employee Appreciation

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

The first Friday of March is National Employee Appreciation Day , when companies thank the everyday heroes who keep their business going. So, here are the top 10 ways employers can show their appreciation to the people who matter most – rank and file employees. Try a WFH policy. Image by S K from Pixabay. The Wall of Fame.

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ICON 2023 Q&A: Delta’s Gina Laughlin on an ‘Employees First’ Approach to Internal Comms


Laughlin, a former PRSSA president, is vice president of global employee communications for Delta Air Lines. During ICON, she talked with PRsay about Delta’s employee-first approach to internal communications and the challenges of reaching deskless employees. We use an employee-led approach to internal comms at Delta.

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Coffee with a Journalist: Deanna Cuadra, Employee Benefit News


Deanna Cuadra is a senior reporter from Employee Benefit News, where she covers healthcare, US policy and reform, challenges faced by women and parents in the workplace, and innovation in work, culture, and, leadership. She also directs and produces short films and documentaries that center on marginalized communities.

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Bringing Employees Back to Work Safely


As parts of the country continue to emerge from the coronavirus shutdown, business owners are rethinking their workspaces to help their employees feel safe and productive. Many companies are opting to carry on with the work-from-home policies they started during this past March and April. But not everyone has those options.

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