The pandemic has changed the balance of power for digital workers in more ways than one.
Companies that are keeping to pre-pandemic notions of productivity are about to lose employees.
Time for employers to find out what employees want in terms of workforce flexibility. Else, they might quit.
Many are creating their unique return-to-workplace paths as they balance health concerns with productivity.
A new study shows that more employees in the Asia Pacific are waking up to a new work reality where their skills matter and jobs are never secure.
HR needs to create value with them, not just for them. We can call it Creating Value Plus.
News research shows that remote working created seven trends employers cannot ignore.
Make remote work productive and engaging for employees with these empathetic but practical actions.
Gartner says we need to get dynamic about skills training or face a workforce with useless skills.
One HR company is betting that COVID-19 will change how we employ talent forever.
Technology is ready, but the internal comms and HR teams need to decide how they will work together.
Are employers ready to meet the needs of a very different workforce?
Employers want their workforce to be productive. But employees are beginning to see monitoring tools as too intrusive. The answer lies with ethics.
Companies to focus on tech skills and temporary employment to bridge skill gaps resulting from digitalization.
These trends focus on maximizing human potential and adopting emerging technologies to drive business resilience and agility.
The pandemic has highlighted vital HR issues, from a lack of support for remote working to mental health oversight challenges. But it also offered HR leaders the chance to shape the response.
As HR rethinks the current HR operating model to be more agile, these three steps will help to define strategy and outcomes and ease execution.
The pandemic changed the way employers and employees work together. Gartner says how.