Robotic Process Automation (RPA) allows organizations to automate at a fraction of the cost and time, but this process has employees concerned about their future job status.
This Forrester Consulting study, commissioned by UiPath, provides insights on how organizations are taking steps to prepare for the future of their business, while managing employee experience.
According to the study, “Across the globe many organizations recognize that education is required to cope with the potential effects of automation on employees’ experience. Per country, there is a tendency to gravitate toward introducing specific activities in the workplace to help alleviate employees’ concern.”
For 65% of countries RPA spend is going to increase by an average of 5%. [...] Across the five countries (France, Germany, Japan, UK and the US), priorities around investing in RPA follow similar use cases; however, there are nuances. (The Future Of Work Is Still Being Written, A Forrester Consulting Thought Leadership Paper Commissioned by UiPath)
The study also states, “With automation advancing, concern around existing digital skills is growing. Organizations will craft an RPA knowledge ecosystem with universities and service providers and training activity preferences differ per geographies.”
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