Saturday, 26 September 2015

Japan has a new government initiative to boost the adoption of intelligent machines and robots - as part of a drive to improve industrial productivity.

However, this has other benefits as well.

Mechanised workplaces are generally more suitable for female workers and for workers with disabilities - so improving automation supports greater workforce diversity .. and that provides another route to greater productivity.

So, think about what you can do to make your workplace more attractive to, and more suitable for, a wider range of potential workers.

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