People using Internet Explorer would be bad employees

Do you use Safari or Internet Explorer on a daily basis? It's now official , you are bad employees. Finally, this is in any case what we can deduce from the last study (smoker?) Carried out by the firm Cornerstone OnDemand.

If you do not know this name, know that this company specializes in the analysis and management of employee journeys within a company. From their recruitment to their dismissal, including the development of their career and their skills. Sometimes, it also happens to conduct tests with several user panels to determine the major HR trends of the moment.

People Using Internet Explorer Would Be Bad Employees

The web browser you are using may say a lot about the employee you are.

His latest study will undoubtedly go down in history, and this is quite logical because it may also make a lot of teeth cringe. You will quickly understand why.

A study conducted among 50,000 people

By running a series of tests with as many as 50,000 people, Cornerstone OnDemand did find that people connecting from Safari and Internet Explorer performed worse than the rest of the group.

Needless to say, Microsoft's browser came in last. After all, if the Redmond firm wants to get rid of this brand, it is not for nothing.

To arrive at this conclusion, the firm mainly based itself on two criteria: the time spent in post and the productivity of the employee. Note further that the tests in question took place over a period of 90 days.

Cornerstone OnDemand obviously does not want to establish a causal link between the results obtained during these tests and the qualities of the browsers tested, but it brings up a rather interesting theory. He actually thinks that people who have installed a browser on their machine are more informed consumers and more aware of new technologies since they do not content themselves with using the solutions offered to them.

When will the question "which browser do you use?" in a job interview?

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