With kids at home, parents are being faced with the challenge of looking after children while working - which can feel like two full time jobs!
Access to accurate, timely and trustworthy information is essential to the mobilisation of people when a critical event happens
The world of work seems to be spinning out of control right now. The usual way managers deal with this is to jump straight in, think short term and react, rather than sitting, reflecting, planning and then implementing.
New data reveals a 71 per cent spike in webinars, event live streams and video conferencing among organisations looking to attract sales and retain customers in the COVID-19 climate
Although it’s an uncertain time for many businesses, leaders have a responsibility to guide their employees through this time.
In times of increased pressure on businesses within food and packaging supply chains, it is imperative that correct hygiene, sanitisation, and pre-operating procedures are strictly adhered to.
According to the research, which surveyed working Australians on their attitudes towards remote working before the public health crisis hit, one in four Australian workers believed their colleagues were ‘slacking off’ when working remotely.
Organisations need to prioritise the health and wellness of their employees during this challenging time. In a time of crisis, an organisation’s people are its most important asset.
Although it is an uncertain time for many businesses, leaders have a responsibility to guide their employees through the crisis with authenticity, resilience and a vision for the future.
Businesses are finding innovative ways to use their workforce management technology to help deal with the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.