The objective: improving physical and mental health outcomes for all.
With employees demanding work environments that allow working together flexibly, across locations and time zones, leaders should listen to their employees, and embrace trust and transparency to create a more productive and fulfilling future for their people and their business, says Brian Elliott.
In order to address the great attrition issue, companies must continue to listen and evolve along with their employees, says Sidharth Malik, Chief Executive Officer, CleverTap
Adaptation, agility and experimentation are keys to business success in the hybrid work era: Anna Tavis
The aftermath of the pandemic, dramatic climate change, and political instability around the world are resulting in major disruptions in the way work is being done.
Employers can use technology to foster togetherness and a sense of community — virtual get-togethers, mindfulness breaks, and online team-building events all help ease the sense of isolation, says Hyman.
Work Without Jobs: Ravin Jesuthasan on why it is time for organisations to reboot their work operating system
Futurist and global thought leader from Mercer Ravin Jesuthasan proposes a new way of looking at work that deconstructs jobs into their component parts, deploys these parts to the optimal combinations of talent and automation and connects talent to work more seamlessly to make the most of the skills and abilities of individual workers.
Embrace collaboration and transparency to make your people agile and engaged: Red Hat's Marjet Andriesse
Marjet Andriesse, senior vice-president and general manager, Red Hat APAC, shares with People Matters top tech trends and growth opportunities in the region, and how leaders can play a central role in creating a sustainable, inclusive, and prosperous Asia.