Executives will have to contend with unfairness in the employee experience, COVID-19 vaccinations, the war for talent and employee well-being.
Employees want more flexibility and autonomy. These four strategies help HR leaders drive initiatives to extend flexibility beyond knowledge workers.
Take these actions to improve employee satisfaction, effectiveness and preparedness for the future of work.
Employees do want the office, but not in the same context as before the pandemic.
How COVID-19 made sure the digital workplace was no longer a concept that only some wanted.
Salary and modern tech are excellent weapons for winning battles. But to win the war, companies need to wield flexibility.
Workplaces have never needed to be more adaptive than they are now. But we need first to break away from our pre-pandemic notions.
Gartner research shows that current thinking about employee willingness to return to the workplace may be misplaced.
The company is using it to repurpose its office space and future proof its workforce.
As remote working becomes an accepted norm, Hong Kong employees are asking for a greater say on how it is being deployed and managed.
The source of this gap in expectations lies with striking the right balance and comes down to employer-employee trust.
The company’s solutions are now becoming a mainstay in the offices of large companies and leading innovators across Asia.
A new global study also showed the rise of the laptop, dissatisfaction in how hybrid meetings are organized, and the need for better physical interactions.
The need to improve the digital resiliency of the workforce during and after the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically accelerated trends in digital workplace technology.
A new study shows that remote working does not mean smarter working. And the latter matters to Australia’s prosperity.
The ability to do remote work is seeing creative uses of space. Martin Turner brought it to the extreme.
Despite poor video latency and other challenges, 95% still want to work from home.
Business leaders like CHROs need to prepare for a workplace shaped by new trends and expectations driven by remote working.