GES goes paperless with the Smart Workplace System – training to will come down to district level for all staff


GES goes paperless with the Smart Workplace System – training to will come down to district level for all staff

Workplace System In an effort to embrace digitalization and enhance efficiency.  The
Ghana Education Service has commenced training for staff on the use of the Smart Workplace system.

The Smart Workplace system is an intranet and collaboration solution that will boost productivity and efficiency.


In addition, the Smart Workplace will facilitate better collaboration among employees and improve employee


The training session has started from the headquarters and will continue throughout the regional and district levels to help all
staff get familiar with the use of the virtual workplace.

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A smart workplace system is important for several reasons:

1. Increased efficiency: A smart workplace system automates tasks and processes, freeing up employees’ time to focus on more strategic and value-added work. This leads to increased efficiency and productivity within the organization.

2. Enhanced collaboration: Smart workplace systems enable seamless communication and collaboration among employees, regardless of their location. This leads to improved teamwork and problem-solving capabilities.

3. Improved employee well-being: Smart workplace systems can monitor and adjust environmental factors such as lighting, temperature, and air quality to create a more comfortable and conducive work environment. This can have a positive impact on employee well-being, productivity, and job satisfaction.

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4. Cost savings: Smart workplace systems can help optimize energy usage, reduce waste, and streamline operations, leading to cost savings for the organization. Additionally, they can provide valuable data and insights that can be used to make informed decisions and drive efficiency improvements.

5. Enhanced security: Smart workplace systems often include advanced security features such as access control, surveillance cameras, and fire detection systems. This helps ensure the safety and security of employees and valuable assets.

6. Flexibility and mobility: With a smart workplace system, employees can work from anywhere, anytime, using various devices and applications. This provides flexibility and mobility, allowing employees to work remotely or collaborate with colleagues in different locations.

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