Microsoft unveils new employee experience platform Viva with homeworkers in mind

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Viva joins a growing list of EXPs designed to better connect employees with their organisations

Microsoft on Thursday launched Viva, its new 'employee experience platform,' which is based on Microsoft Teams and aims to empower employee with learning, engagement, wellbeing and knowledge discov...

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