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Harnessing Your Organization’s Collaboration and Sentiment Data

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Harnessing your organization’s collaboration and sentiment data Stat

Uncovering the data within collaboration

With the rise of remote work, employees have migrated from email and in-person conversations to collaboration software such as Microsoft Teams, Slack, Workplace by Meta, and Microsoft Yammer. That means companies now control a treasure trove of data, which they can harness to mitigate risk and improve workplace experience.

Drawing the fine line

As advocates of employee privacy and rights, Aware and Deloitte have teamed up to produce this whitepaper on the ethical use of employee collaboration data. This document explores the best practices organizations should follow to draw the fine line between controlling for risk and employee privacy. By following the guidance outlined in this document, organizations can learn:

  1. How to use existing collaboration data ethically and effectively
  2. Where to establish guardrails to drive effective, sustainable oversight
  3. The difference between gaining insights and mitigating risk
  4. How to make the right decisions based on collaboration data
  5. Examples of impactful actioning of collaboration insights