Business as usual has literally left the building. Now, it’s time to lay the groundwork for a new, more progressive workplace.
Companies are looking at creative ways to handle new challenges while moving away from the traditional idea of a workplace.
Wait! Before we rush to a new normal, it is time to answer those questions unanswered when WFH was forced upon employees.
Remote working may spawn unintended consequences.
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.
Here are 5 ways for HR leaders to modernize their intranet.
Unfettered VPN use can make it difficult for security team to mitigate risks.
5 strategies to prepare for a remote-working world.
COVID-19 is only speeding up the trend toward virtual teams, but adopters need to address these issues first.
Here’s another reason why HR should advocate flexible workspaces -- the environment.
The integration of AI and ML is also helping adoption across all regions, while SMEs are expected to accelerate adoption.
New design to aid the company's ambition to deliver exceptional customer experiences.
Companies need to do more in talent acquisition and deploying the right tools instead of focusing on acquiring new data.
To communicate better, we need to get more contextual with our emails.
Untethering people for better collaboration and productivity needs to have a clear strategy, with the right technology backing it up.
IoT devices offer HR opportunities for collaboration, automation, and better employee experience. But is it a can of worms?
Medium-sized companies seem to understand the value of strong workplace technologies.