The company is using it to repurpose its office space and future proof its workforce.
Employers are experimenting with diverse wellness initiatives. But is it just to lure them back to the office and win talent wars?
The new Oracle Global study shows that more of them are turning to AI for relief.
And wins an award for it.
The digital workplace has become instrumental in helping businesses cope with the pandemic. Making it smarter makes business sense.
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 pandemic showed that companies with mature EX strategies survived, and some thrived.
The ability to do remote work is seeing creative uses of space. Martin Turner brought it to the extreme.
Innovation and technological advancements transformed the entire employee lifecycle and helped employees to weather the challenges of COVID-19.
New mobile-based, cloud-driven Liberty Corporate tracks exposure in real-time.
Forrester looks at three functionality segments to help companies figure out how they can support employee mental health.
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.