For so long, many of us in the working world have been campaigning for a better work-life balance, asking our employers for an option to work flexi-time, or even work from home in a part-time or full-time capacity.
Wurkr, the UK and India-based SaaS platform that enables teams to work together from anywhere in an immersive virtual workspace, has welcomed Vasudha Mangalam as their new Advising CHRO.
As businesses expect workers to start returning to the office, many of us are now looking to work hybridly. Hybrid working is a great way of enjoying the flexibility of remote working while still being able to go into the physical office when needs be.
Many countries have started to embrace remote working to attract digital nomads to relocate. But which countries are embracing hybrid working solutions for their own residents?
Long gone are the days of your boss literally peering over your shoulder to see what you are up to. Thanks to the new remote working normal, physical micromanagement is a thing of the past which should stay in the past.
Just a few short years ago, working from home seemed to be the solution to finding the perfect work-life balance. Fast forward to 2021 and a large percentage of the working population are jaded by the reality of working from home.
It seems that the nation is divided now that we have the option to return to the office and resume some kind of pre-Covid normality.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that bad hires can be catastrophic for your company. Therefore it is important to gauge whether or not your workers will work well within your company structure.
In light of World Environment Day 2021, more workers are wanting to make their remote working environments more eco-friendly. Are you trying to work greener this year?
When companies expand their international reach, more problems