One-fifth of Hong Kong employees admit going to work with mental health problems, making presenteeism a rising concern for HR leaders.
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.
Fresh insights to help HR and IT leaders to identify training gaps and adoption trends.
New Chubb insurance extends business support for employees in WFH.
We look at five trends that will shape the future of workplace design that can the way we work and create business models.
Business as usual has literally left the building. Now, it’s time to lay the groundwork for a new, more progressive workplace.
How to not make your workplace the next pandemic center.
Companies are looking at creative ways to handle new challenges while moving away from the traditional idea of a workplace.
HR leaders need to take the lead in assuring their returning co-workers it is safe and helping them to adjust.
Answers to key HR questions as Hong Kong employees return to work.
Wait! Before we rush to a new normal, it is time to answer those questions unanswered when WFH was forced upon employees.
HR’s role in the organization’s return-to-workplace debate is to advocate for health and safety while deciding when and who to return, and what the experience will be like.
Time to implement an acceptable use policy (AUP) for secure connectivity.
Remote working may spawn unintended consequences.
Socialbakers is navigating fresh waters as it brings its employees back to their workplace.
Service organizations that cannot shift all employees to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic need social distancing measures for on-site employees.
While companies look to the government for guidelines, many are transforming their L&I processes for additional workforce needs.