by Eric Mosley

It’s not surprising that organizations will spend $4 trillion globally on technology. We are still managing the aftermath of a pandemic that upended the entire way businesses traditionally run and operate, and technology continues to offer necessary solutions for digital transformation and connectivity many companies are still lacking.

However, this not-so-recent allure of a transformational tech stack that will magically fix all problems is problematic, especially when we look at the new relationship developing between employer and employee. Facing the current job market, employees are finding themselves in the driver’s seat, owning the power to ask for more and push employers to create better working environments.