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How remote work is reshaping the economy and boosting employment

The Australian workforce has embraced remote work in a way never seen before, representing a dramatic change in employment trends and how remote work is reshaping the economy and boosting employment. In the last year, there has been a notable surge in the number of Australians working for pay, with a significant rise in the percentage of those who work from home.

Remote workforce tripled since pre-pandemic

The COVID-19 epidemic has resulted in a substantial change in the way we operate. One thing is certain until everything settles and the globe adjusts to the new normal: remote work is here to stay but with some modifications. Let’s examine the most recent data and patterns that provide a clear picture of the state of remote work in the US and how it is changing.

Measuring and enhancing remote employee performance

The rise of remote work has fundamentally altered the landscape of job performance evaluation, posing new challenges and opening up fresh opportunities for companies across the globe. As organizations grapple with the nuances of managing remote employees, the need for effective strategies to measure and enhance remote employee performance has never been more critical.

Remote work faces a chill as job cuts rise

The changing nature of online work shows how the job market and office culture are changing in general, especially in the white-collar sector. As the story goes on, several important themes and meanings become clear. These will have a huge impact on the future of work. Fully remote staff were more likely to be cut last year than their colleagues who worked in office, according to Live Data Technologies, an employment data firm that analysed the status of two million white-collar workers.

Integrating employee well-being into performance management

The traditional methods for handling success in today’s hectic work environment are evolving quickly. Only focusing on financial performance and output measures is no longer acceptable. This is no longer considered sufficient. Companies are now aware that the degree of happiness and health of their employees has a direct correlation with their ability to do their responsibilities effectively because of this correlation.

How workplace play unlocks the door to AI adaptation

These days, automation and artificial intelligence (AI) are not just buzzwords but essential components of the workplace, thus it is more important than ever to use creative training techniques. A novel strategy, as disclosed by a recent Deloitte study, indicates that play may hold the key to workplace adaptation and employee upskilling in the future.

Future of Work survey show differing priorities between younger and older workers

Employers and employees alike must grasp the dynamics of the future of work in light of the quickly evolving employment landscape. These dynamics are illuminated by a ground-breaking survey carried out by Reeracoen, a pioneer in Singaporean HR services, in association with Rakuten Insight Global. The survey provides priceless insights into the attitudes of Singapore’s workforce with regard to automation, artificial intelligence (AI), remote work, and the gig economy.

The essentials of building an effective team

It is literally impossible for every employee to deliver a ‘rockstar’ performance every workday. And no single individual can contain all the knowledge, skills and capacity required to achieve a company’s goals. You need effective teams—groups of people who can get along with each other, contribute meaningfully, pick up the slack as needs or availability changes, and keep each other accountable.

Cisco cuts 5% of workforce in restructuring

The computer networking company Cisco has announced a significant reduction in its global workforce, which has had a ripple effect throughout the industry. This choice is part of a larger pattern wherein significant IT corporations have been reassessing their resources and strategy in response to economic difficulties. In this article, we explore the ramifications of Cisco’s workforce reductions and its proactive emphasis on artificial intelligence (AI).

Return-to-office surges, remote work remains resilient

The dynamics of the workplace have changed significantly as the globe tries to adjust to the post-pandemic environment. Even though lockdowns started four years ago, the work-from-home trend is still prevalent, albeit with changing subtleties. The latest “2023 Workplace Index” from Eptura explores this changing environment in great detail and provides priceless insights into how office dynamics and work culture are changing.