The global survey of more than 32,000 workers in 17 countries explores whether the effects of the pandemic have impacted employees’ attitudes towards the current world of work and what they expect and hope for from the workplace of the future.
Lim came from GoBear, where she was the Chief Strategy Officer and was involved in the sale of the marketplace assets to Finder. She has more than 15 years of experience in corporate strategy, business development and strategic transformation.
The first AI application technology tool in the World created solely for our diminishing communication skills has collected the support of over 100 investors in the first week, according to Founder and CEO of GetMee, Balendran Thavarajah.
Mindtree, a global technology services and digital transformation company, is expanding in Europe and APAC with key executive appointments to accelerate growth in the two markets.
A study by the digital learning platform Preply examined the 74 most populated cities worldwide to evaluate their remote working conditions. Data from Quality of Life, Climate and Environment plus Costs and Safety were analyzed.
JobAdder, a global recruitment software solution that helps agency and in-house recruiters find and manage talent released the findings of its annual 2021 JobAdder Global Industry Report.
With ‘work from home’ directives disappearing, employers are considering how to make the workplace appealing once again and how best to welcome back employees into the office. While leaders excited at the opportunity of gathering their teams back to their offices, many employees are keen to maintain a work-life balance that they have become accustomed to, and indeed many businesses are benefiting from, with more of a hybrid working model.
As companies return to work in post-restriction Australia, the conflict about the office's role between business leaders and employees is generating tension that a new RMIT Online report calls "The Office Clash." The report "The Office Clash: How back to work policies are dividing management and workers," identifies management and employees have divergent views on how we should work, the impacts of the current changes and the future of the office.
A new Indeed report has found that almost half (46%) of workers in Australia claim that they either some, or all of the time, feel unable to be their true self at work showing there’s still work to be done in ensuring workplaces are truly diverse and inclusive to all.
Our partnership with Hub Australia means we are able to expand on a fully flexible model that supports businesses and offers workers the ultimate combination of days in the CBD along with days near home.