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If we leave robotic tasks to the robots, seeking to blend the best of what both humans and technology have to offer, we’ll reap the benefits of unleashing the creative forces of the human mind.

In case you missed these in 2018, it's not to late to catch the top 10 stories of last year.

Sleek, new mobile applications can make for more agile workforces and speed up the production process, but they are only effective if employees can understand and properly utilize the software.

Many of the jobs that are better suited to humans increasingly require people to have better and more targeted technological skills, and the gap between the skills that people have and the skills they need is growing larger by the day.

How is it possible, with so much advanced technology, that we can still not be capturing so much potential?

After compiling thousands of independent employee reviews from companies around the United States, CareerBliss announces the 8th annual CareerBliss 50 Happiest Companies in America. 

After compiling thousands of independent employee reviews from companies around the United States, CareerBliss announces the 8th annual CareerBliss 50 Happiest Companies in America. 

Listening to the front lines of your business — whether on the retail floor, factory floor, or elsewhere — is smart strategy.

Learn how apparel retailers that manage labor most effectively can convert that expense into an asset.

Consulting firm Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE released their Best Workplaces in Retail list.

Consulting firm Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE released their Best Workplaces in Retail list, and REI comes in as the highest-ranking apparel retailer at no. 8.

Though Wal-Mart's system is still being tested in a limited number of stores and its technology has yet to win over employees and labor groups, it is a start in the right direction and will affect more than just Wal-Mart and its hourly employees

Target Corporation unveiled the company’s newest small-format store in Midtown Manhattan’s Herald Square, one of 12 new stores opening across the country this week.

Highlighting Target's new private-label brands, fashion is front and center at the Herald Square store.

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