Publicis Sapient India MD Sanjay Menon talks to People Matters about a human-centered approach to building a technology roadmap that works for everyone, and building digital resilience with a cyber-secure infrastructure.
With evolving social interactions and the effects of the Great Resignation still being felt across a host of different industries, a renewed focus on employee engagement answers the questions raised by an increasingly distributed, fragmented, and less connected workforce.
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.
The transition to hybrid may pose some challenges for some organisations, but any discomfort is worth the benefits of employee satisfaction and growth, especially when it comes to strengthening a company's culture and competitive edge.
“Change management by clearly explaining ‘what’s in it for me’ to the employee and communicating the benefits of digital solutions for the organisation along with pilot roll-outs become critical stepping stones to the technology implementation and adoption,” said Shikha Rai, Vice President and HR-Head, Canon India.
Organisations should track turnover risk so they can uncover the root causes of turnover in their workforce.