Inclusiveness continues to remain a concern despite several laws and regulations. While observation and communication are the key answers to D&I questions, some reports reveal that a remote workplace is more inclusive.
A culture that prioritizes employee experience will be the reason employees choose to stay: Katharine Coombes, Culture Amp
Culture Amp enables organisations by helping them take a data-driven, three-pronged approach to building an employee experience that people love.
As Gen Z slowly emerges as a majority in the workforce, employers need to be prepared to address their particular needs and challenges in order to bring out their full potential, says Martin Creighan, Managing Director, Citrix Australia and New Zealand.
Visty Banaji adds a coda to Peter Drucker’s aphorism: "Culture eats strategy for breakfast … and still has the appetite to devour an upstart, invasive, new culture imposed on it, for elevenses".
Organisations are rapidly shifting to a digital-first culture as part of the ‘new norm’. This entails enhancing the digital savviness of employees and investing in intelligent, integrated platforms for automation, says Lynne Scheid, Senior Vice President, HR at Kofax, in an exclusive interview with People Matters.
In a conversation with People Matters, Eva Majercsik, Chief People Officer at Genesys, discusses company values – Embrace Empathy, Fly-in Formation, and Go Big – in the context of upskilling employees.
Tim Munden, Chief Learning Officer, Unilever, talks to People Matters about weaving learning and well-being in the flow of work, and the essentials to building a high-performing leadership and workforce that thrive through uncertainty.
Flexible working has long been part of the culture at HSBC, but the pandemic accelerated and normalised it. How did the firm turn flexible working into an opportunity for agile learning? In this exclusive interview with People Matters, David Thomas, Asia Head of HR at HSBC, casts a new light on learning amid the pandemic and tells us how he envisions the future of work.
In a candid conversation with People Matters, Ruth Cotter, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Marketing, HR & IR at AMD shares with us her learnings from the pandemic and her take on embracing the hybrid work model.
Australian organisations have to reframe the approach to hiring to become even more inclusive in talent acquisition practices, creating more pathways for skilled talent to enter the workforce.