Apart from protests, the global fast-food chain is also facing a US$500m class-action suit over what complainants perceive to be a culture of "pervasive sexual harassment".
Life @ Work
While the businesses open boardroom doors after eighteen months, there is a realisation that not all individuals need to be on the site. As the remote workforce has absorbed the innovations more efficiently than what leaders imagined at the initial stage, the leaders may choose to adopt hybrid boardroom meetings depending on several factors.
Inclusiveness continues to remain a concern despite several laws and regulations. While observation and communication are the key answers to D&I questions, some reports reveal that a remote workplace is more inclusive.
According to People Matters research, Women at Work– D&I Benchmarking Survey, about 50% of organizations agreed that there exist gaps and loopholes like gender stereotypes/assumptions in the recruitment process which is a major barrier to hiring more women in leadership.
In Day One’s live session at Innovation@Work Asia by The Economist, Andrew Staples Regional Head (APAC), Policy and Insights, Economist Impact had an intriguing conversation with Rachel Burton, Human Resource Director APAC, Facebook on hybrid work, effective leadership, and mental wellbeing.
What do the Corporate Equality Index 2021, Ash Beckham’s TED Talk and this article have in common? The secret sauce to sustainable LGBTQ+ inclusion.
In this panel discussion by People Matters and LinkedIn Talent Solutions, Ruchee Anand, Wendy Xia, Sameer Bendre and Sanjay Jog come together to discuss the hybrid workforce model and deliberate on flexible, sustainable solutions which cater to employees, customers, business goals and the larger organisational culture.