We often hear that individuals and consumers need to be vigilant in protecting their identity, especially online. What we may not hear is that identity theft in the workplace is on the rise, as well.
Technology has great potential for businesses in almost every realm of their organizations. However, its personal use by employees has also become the number one employment legal risk for employers. In fact, according to a recent study, businesses report that about 25 percent of outgoing email contains content that could pose a legal, financial or regulatory risk.
Statistics have shown that the quality and depth of the new hire onboarding experience has a direct correlation to both employee loyalty and performance. From a purely financial perspective, this means higher employee retention rates along with lower acquisition costs, and a stronger ROI from employee productivity.