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  • Writer's pictureTom Wyant

The trust gap with your employees may hinder your AI rollout.

You’ve probably wondered how AI can supercharge your company’s efficiency and productivity. But there’s a catch. Recent research reveals a trust gap when it comes to AI in the workplace.

While you see AI as a game-changer, your employees might worry about their job security. Here’s what we found:

  1. Executives love AI (62%), but only half of employees share the enthusiasm.

  2. Some employees (23%) doubt their company’s commitment to their well-being during AI implementation.

  3. Good news: Most business leaders (70%) see AI as an assistant, not a replacement.

So, how do you introduce AI gently and assure your team? Here’s the plan:

  1. Talk openly: Explain why AI is joining the team and how it benefits everyone.

  2. Training matters: Empower your people with AI skills—it makes their jobs cooler!

  3. Enhance, don’t replace: AI tackles repetitive tasks, freeing up creativity.

  4. Ethical guidelines: Set clear rules for responsible AI use.

  5. Team effort: Involve employees—they’re part of the solution.

Remember, AI is here to lend a hand, not take jobs away.

If you're looking for help implementing AI in your business, get in touch!



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