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Automation 'kills jobs' but shouldn't scare workers, a top leader at a $1.3 billion software firm says. Here's how executives can get the workforce on board with the buzzy tech.
Companies go to great lengths to position automation as a technology that will benefit employees, not...Companies go to great lengths to position automation as a technology that will benefit employees, not replace them. Jason Kingdon, executive chairman of robotic process automation firm Blue Prism, however, said the tech "kills jobs." Companies can take steps to better communicate the impact of automation to employees, he told Business Insider. The Bank of Ireland, for example, hired an outside marketing agency to...