"Employees in India, and China, are more likely than workers in Australia and Singapore believe that trends will impact them," says John Antos, VP Marketing, APAC for ADP. NEW DELHI: Indian workplaces seem to have woken up to the reality called automation. According to a study by US-based HR firm ADP, nearly 63% of employees in Indian offices believe automation and artificial intelligence will eventually replace people doing process-based, repetitive work.
But that does not deter them because around 61 per cent of those surveyed welcome the automation trend. Employees in India, in fact, were more positive than their counterparts […]
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