How can improving financial literacy enhance a person’s overall well-being and help employers tackle the challenge of great resignation?
The global war for talent - already intense pre-pandemic - is becoming more competitive than ever before. This is bound to result in major challenges for businesses globally, one of them being the interview tsunami of 2022.
As pandemic-era changes from the regulatory impact of hybrid work and safety mandates to renewed workplace expectations and a shift in the employee-employer power dynamic, it will be imperative for leaders and organisations to redefine work, workplace, and workforce in the year ahead.
As 2022 advances, we will continue to see an accelerated rate of digitisation and virtualisation of business and society and emerging technologies will influence the way products are built and consumed, as well as define future-ready organisations of tomorrow. But what are these technologies and what do organisations look for while adopting them?
Over the past decade, Worldline has been focusing on building an open and diverse culture to empower its team to grow and thrive both professionally and personally.
The free trade deal is likely to get closed by the end of this year and the move aims at boosting up the economic exchange between India and Australia.
GROW is an acronym based on the tenets that are essential for workplaces to adopt for increasing productivity and therefore profits.