With hybrid work becoming the norm, the demand for remote working is keeping up its pace and Elise Alva, Director of Career Services at the University of the Potomac, provides answers to the most googled questions related to this type of work.
‘Hybrid work’ or popularly called ‘remote work’, has its own charm. Yet hybrid work has few risks that have gone unnoticed.
Bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell, who is also a staff writer for The New Yorker, is well-known for his preference of working remotely at cafes and restaurants instead of reporting in the office.
People Matters takes a look at how Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and India are providing legal frameworks for remote work as a right.
'My company was fortunate to have already learned these valuable lessons by the time COVID struck,' writes Gilles Bertaux, CEO and co-founder of Livestorm.
While one group waxed eloquent about finally getting back to meeting their team face-to-face; the way work life ought to be and used to be, another group was vehement on the subject of WFH.
How companies are offering remote work to create a diverse, equitable & inclusive workplace environment
Numerous companies have capitalised on remote and hybrid work models to create a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace environment. The benefits that followed range from access to wider talent pools to greater internal efficiencies.