The coronavirus crisis is accelerating a shift in human resources mindset towards the collective “we”, as organisations better understand the universal impact of health and wellbeing
Adjusting to a new normal as the coronavirus pandemic plays out requires employers to listen to feedback from their employees
Freelancers offer agility and specialist expertise without long-term commitment. No wonder a majority of smaller businesses are increasingly using freelance workers since the coronavirus outbreak, says Liron Smadja, director of local marketing at Fiverr
A secure, dependable and predictable network, wherever people are working, is vital as organisations in the connectivity ecosystem navigate a new world
The coronavirus has been a monumental catalyst for change in the way we all work, as offices, warehouses and high streets remain empty across the country
With Cisco’s Webex platform, your people can work seamlessly anytime, anywhere and on any device, says Jeff Boslem, regional director for cloud and hosted collaboration at Cisco. But can the same be said of your current provider?
After the pandemic subsides, organisations will finally embrace a truly hybrid model of remote and office working powered by a new trend; bring your own meeting (BYOM), says Lieven Bertier, segment director for workplace at Barco ClickShare
Gavin Mee, vice president, Northern Europe, Middle East and Africa, at Adobe, shares advice and expertise on home working