Automation in the Workplace: if You’re Not Automating, What are You Really Doing?
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Automation in the Workplace: if You’re Not Automating, What are You Really Doing?

Automation in 2022 is different from the robot takeover that some people have envisioned. Automation in the workplace now refers to platforms and systems that allow a layman to accelerate efficiency through digital means. As a result, manual efforts are minimized, making business processes more … See all articles in Insights

The age of hybrid working is here – how can businesses find the right mix between office and home?
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The age of hybrid working is here – how can businesses find the right mix between office and home?

After more than two years of disruptions, lockdowns and uncertainty, employers are facing a new reckoning in 2022: getting staff back into the office. … See all articles in Insights

Is the future of work hybrid?
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Is the future of work hybrid?

If you’ve been reading rumblings about great reshuffles and even greater resignations in the workplace, they’re definitely happening — 43% of workers are looking to change jobs this year. A recent Accenture study found that following the pandemic, many workers have realized that with the right … See all articles in Insights

Predictions for 2022: Workplace, Tech, and ESG Points
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Predictions for 2022: Workplace, Tech, and ESG Points

If business leaders have the fortitude to act, this year is ripe with possibilities. To clarify, there is no workplace crystal ball. We have arrived at the time of year when we are nearly ready to start the second quarter. We have attempted to make sense of the last two years and how we have adapted … See all articles in Insights

When it comes to remote work, be careful what you wish for
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When it comes to remote work, be careful what you wish for

There can be unintended consequences for employees who work remotely or whose hours are flexible. Our workplaces are changing in real time. The corner office is often no longer in the corner of a building. It may be in another corner of the world or in the corner square on Teams or Zoom … See all articles in Insights

3 tips to create a successful work-from-anywhere strategy
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3 tips to create a successful work-from-anywhere strategy

This article was contributed by Yoni Avital, cofounder and COO at ControlUp. Over the past two years, companies around the globe have continually changed the way they conduct business to meet new needs that will, ultimately, find 60% of us working remotely by 2024. For CEOs, Chief Resource Officers … See all articles in Insights

Should employees work from home, in the office, or both?
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Should employees work from home, in the office, or both?

With the number of COVID-19 cases continuing to fall, many workplaces are fully reopening again. But after two years of working from home, are … See all articles in Insights

10 tips to promote digital wellness in the workplace
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10 tips to promote digital wellness in the workplace

Some tips for addressing workplace digital wellness include using time management apps, establishing digital boundaries and integrating activity into … See all articles in Insights

How To Be A Good Manager in Remote and Hybrid Settings
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How To Be A Good Manager in Remote and Hybrid Settings

If you find being a good manager to be challenging at times, the introduction of remote and hybrid work models brings extra hurdles to the mix. If … See all articles in Insights

61% of people working from home are doing so because they want to, even though their office is open
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61% of people working from home are doing so because they want to, even though their office is open

More people are choosing to work from home because they want to, even if their office is open and they’re less concerned about Covid risks, according … See all articles in Insights