Insects become fly-on-the-wall spies with tiny cameras, radio controls and microphones
Fly on the wall! The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is working to develop cyborg insects that carry spy equipment. To make the insects as inconspicuous as possible, miniaturized brain probes are inserted during the pupa stage. The idea is the ultra-light implants will naturally integrate into the body of the developing insect.
What do we measure in HR? If we make an assumption that we measure what is important for management and company’s CEO, here we have a clear picture of our priorities. It looks like this: turnover, retention and absence take the first place as 19 % of all respondents report these metrics next goes development cluster with 17% other areas that are occupying our attention is employee productivity (16%), general workforce profile (16%) and employee engagement (12%)