In a Special Interview with People Matters, Dr. Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks, Behavioral Scientist and Professor of Management and Organizations at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan shares that now, more than ever, there is a need to nurture an organizational culture remotely.
2020 showed us that public health is no longer just a governmental responsibility. Business leaders, with their resources and influence, and their close investment in their employees' well-being, have a major stake in the business of health—and an equivalent role to play.
In 2021, HR will be more of an enabler than ever before, says Ann Marr, World Wide Technology's Executive Vice President of Global Human Resources—for employees, for teams, and for leaders.
The outlook for 2021 is cautiously optimistic, says Dylys Bertelsen, CEO of Brisbane-based recruiter Windsor Group; and this year is going to be about stabilizing business and making it sustainable.
Leaders need to instill trust that return to work will be absolutely safe: Krishna Muniramaiah, Altimetrik
What are some of the top questions that leaders need to ask to prepare its workforce for the future of work as we strive to come out stronger from this pandemic? In an exclusive interaction with People Matters, Krishna Muniramaiah, Head of HR, Altimetrik for the APAC region shares his views on the outlook for the second year of the pandemic.
Being physically apart means that businesses will have to innovate and explore new methods of preserving employee well-being and maintaining steadfast bonds within the team.
Now, with many offices opened or starting to open, how will employees feel when they walk into the workplace again?