Workforce of the Future: Page 2
Why executives need to realize that asking for input from a more youthful group of staff members will only make them stronger.
Work has become a four-letter word, but what will the net effect be on a workforce that clocks fewer hours, takes longer to master skills and 'opts out' of culture-shaping efforts?
It's time to accept that we are forever living in a world where people need more personalized help.
At the macro level, an upending of age-old work culture dynamics and management practices are creating newer opportunities
Join Envoy CEO as he discusses reinventing your business in order to survive a badly-affected market segment and how to safely welcome workers back to the office.
Join us as we discuss the need for flexibility in the post-COVID workplace and the need to build agile teams that help to prepare and respond to change quickly.
Some of the most important lessons about the workforce that institutions should include to prepare the leaders of tomorrow.
More employees will work remotely and only come into the office for projects. Here's how to prepare your company for the WFH revolution.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the way of the future when it comes to successfully scaling your business, but doing it well is more complex than a one-size-fits-all approach.
Reports show that the global unemployment rate has risen to 4.0% in June 2018 with an unemployed population of 6.6 million
Contrary to what is generally assumed, millennials are highly focused and yearn for a working environment that challenge them to put their best foot forward in everything they do
Collaborative workspaces are tastefully designed to cater to the needs of employees that range from millennials to Gen Z
With the average working age in the GCC rising, companies need to adjust accordingly to keep up with the modern times.