5 Business Critical Skills Frontline Needs

Frontline workers have had a huge role to play in the grocery sector over the past few months. As delivery drivers, customer service representatives, and security guards, they’ve been the critical front face of our organizations. But how can you enhance their skill sets to make them your main competitive advantage? In this article, people …

Hybrid Working – Creating the “Next Normal” in Work Practices, Spaces, and Culture

Almost overnight, COVID-19 forced millions of employees worldwide to work from home. In many cases, the adoption of remote working on a massive scale has demonstrated how employees can operate with the same (if not greater) efficiency and productivity while achieving a better work-life balance. Yet this dramatic change suddenly overruled many business policies on …

Adapting to the Remote Work Norm

Today’s unforeseen workplace disruption has put massive pressure on IT operations management as new security vulnerabilities emerge as employees access corporate applications and data from personal devices. Read on this article to learn how to maintain business continuity and network performance despite an influx of remote workers.

How to Recruit High-Performing Teams in the Future of Work

A pandemic and a push for inclusivity like we’ve never seen—all in the last few months? It’s no wonder talent leaders are making changes. When it comes to tackling something like diversifying your talent, it’s all about progress—not perfection. It takes time to identify gaps in the business and align sourcing to meet specific needs, …

New Hybrid Workplace: Designing for Telecom/Tech Resilience

COVID-19 accelerated the emergence of the hybrid workplace. Employees are working in and moving between a variety of locations — home, on the road and in the office — and will continue to do so moving forward. Companies must make sure they have the digital resilience to support their employees in the new hybrid workplace, …

Business-Class Internet in the Work-from-Home Era

Remote workers need the same level of services and security as they would have in the office. COVID-19 forced businesses to adopt work-from-home. And it appears that the business model is going to remain in place for many companies. To help employees working remotely remain connected, secure, and productive — now and in the future …