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Prompted by the ongoing crisis, organisations are rethinking the traditional office design, layout and work culture. The post-pandemic office is going to be very different.
The question on everyone's mind is when the time comes to get back to our offices, will our workspaces be the same as they were pre-Covid? Most likely not. With employee safety as the topmost priority, organisations are rethinking and reinventing the traditional office spaces. From reducing individual cabins to adopting touchless technologies, Sandeep Sethi, MD- Corporate Solutions, of JLL (West Asia) talks about how the post-pandemic offices are looking at a wide array of changes.
Social distancing, wearing a mask when you step out of the house and using hand sanitizers have become an integral part of our lives and people are getting used to the new way of living. Social distancing has led to the popularity of video chats whether it is via WhatsApp, Google, Zoom or Houseparty. Here's a look at some of the popular apps that are being used by people across the world to stay connected with colleagues, friends and family.
The big boost this year has of course come from the mass shift to remote work occasioned by the Covid-19 pandemic. While in the past the ranks of digital nomads were dominated by entrepreneurial independent workers such as Ferriss, the majority of this year’s nomads are in traditional jobs.
Many lazy leaders have made the easy decision and short-term decisions to ride the crisis. Having done that they may have destroyed the long-term value of the company.
The office that you left behind is March 2020, may not be the same one you return to. Office will no longer be a place where you report, but a place for communication, collaboration and celebration.
Black Lotus meditation app wants to leverage technology and spiritual knowledge to take on some very popular Silicon Valley-based mindfulness apps.
If your business has to recover from a crisis, motivated and energised employees are the most important element. As firms big and small struggle to cope with the economic impact of Covid-19, Vineet Nayar, former CEO, HCL Technologies and Founder, Sampark Foundation says industrial age management principles need to change and companies need to become employee-centric.
Slack, Zoom, Google Hangouts is so 2019. There are new tools to make your WFH easier this pandemic.
Many are grappling with work from home and our experience in the last six months has shown we need specialised tools to get some work done. While products like Zoom and Slack have made life easier, a slew of new technology has hit the market and they are especially designed to make remote working much easier for everyone.
After six months of working from home, it seems the experiment has been largely successful. For most, work has carried on unhindered and fears around loss of productivity have largely not come true. The pandemic has altered how we work and made us question if going to office is overstated. According to Paul Dupuis, MD & CEO - Randstad India, the tectonic shift in the way we work is bound to have a bearing on the utility of having an office and the possibilities that remote working offers.
With many small and large companies extending their work from home plans till next year and gyms still shut, people who are working from home are unable to step out to go the gym or meet friends. This is leading to various physical and mental health issues. Online workout sessions, yoga, meditation or counseling have become a rage as people try to stay fit in every way possible. Here's a look at businesses that are battling different facets of health issues this pandemic.
A CoS can range from a glorified secretary to the CEO-in-waiting! A CoS is practically a shadow of the leader, supporting and enhancing the leader’s productivity and effectiveness.
Every situation brings with it an opportunity, and this situation has brought with it a valuable opportunity for upskilling of complete workforce. Leaders can use online tools for imparting valuable training and upskilling to all their employees.
The pandemic has not only caused innumerable casualties and grief, but has sent economies on a downward spiral. The only proverbial light at the end of the tunnel is a collective assumption that ‘this, too, shall pass.’
CFOs have a central role to play during the financial crisis since they are the leader of the company who directly contributes to the organization's financial health.
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