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How to approach the tech-life balancing act for employees

Technology allowed many to work from home during the pandemic, but this easy transition meant that some employees could not switch off as they constantly had access to their work computer and network. Euan Davis, European Lead, Cognizant’s Centre for the Future of Work, explains how...


UK office workers hopeful about the ‘promise’ of digital, despite mixed results of COVID-driven changes

New research from Citrix has revealed that while the majority (76%) of UK office workers experienced changes to both their workplace technology and culture in 2020, these changes left almost a third (30%) of those employees more frustrated at work. Despite this, employees remain hopeful about...


Protect the whistle-blowers – they are your business future

Stepping up and blowing the whistle on a corporate issue, ethics or concerning behaviour is a brave, bold move for any employee to take. It requires that someone invests their future into the courage of their convictions, taking the risk that they may face harassment or lose their job when they...


Macquarie Telecom recognised as one of the best places to work in Australia

Macquarie Telecom (part of Macquarie Telecom Group) has been recognised as one of the top places to work in Australia in the annual Best Places to Work List. The company was awarded in particular for fostering an inclusive workforce and its Heartbeat customer service programme. Managed by...


Data indicates two-thirds of businesses will change operating model to focus on employee experience

EMEA business leaders are out of touch with what employees want in the hybrid workplace experience, and 66% of organisations plan to adopt a different operating model than they had before the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey from Unisys Corporation. A majority (61%) of these...


Keeping staffing flexible post-pandemic

The pandemic has forced many companies to take a new approach to working systems and given their employees more flexibility. Scott Erwin, CEO and Founder of HireHand, explains the benefits of keeping staffing flexible post-pandemic and the future of workforce management software. The pandemic has...


Editor’s Question: How can business leaders keep employees engaged when working from home?

Rob Dang, CEO of Netrix, explains how Netrix has engaged with employees during the pandemic. As a result of the pandemic, remote work has forced those in the workforce to balance both work and personal commitments in a new way. Parents and caregivers face stressful situations as they support...


Editor’s Question: How can business leaders keep employees engaged while working from home?

Mark Gregory, Co-Author of The Engagement Habit, explains how business leaders can keep employees engaged while working from home. One of the absolutely crucial things about employee engagement is consistency. Rather than viewing employee engagement in isolation, as something that needs to be...


COVID-19 will end but workplace culture will never be the same

The onset of COVID-19 had organisations across the globe scrambling to find solutions to the sudden and widespread shift to remote work. More than a year later, it is clear that the pandemic has permanently influenced perceptions and the employee experience of workplace culture, said Reynhardt...


Editor’s Question: How can business leaders keep employees engaged when working from home?

Cate Murden, Founder of Push, which aims to help make companies more human, explains how she thinks business leaders can help employees stay engaged while working remotely. There are two major points to consider with regards to keeping employees engaged when at home – safety and optimum...


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