Cloud is shaking up traditional employee development, but what impact has this had on the workforce and, ultimately, business performance?
When the CEO of Hyr heard one of his workers had slept badly before a big meeting because of her bedding, he ordered a set of feather-filled pillows and had them sent to her home.
It's quite likely you're not in control of your culture now.
Worried about your employees wandering to greener pastures? Keep them interested by making sure that learning, development and creativity are part of your retention strategy and your culture.
Company culture must be visible in every step of the hiring process.
With the rise of fully remote workforces, coupled with the age of automation, could the future of the office be in jeopardy? I spoke to five futurists to find out what the physical and digital workplace could look like 50 years from now, in the year 2069.
Make leaders approachable; deploy great tech; and make communication cultural.
In response to demands for a better work-life balance, and in a bid to reap the benefits of a more engaged workforce, more businesses are testing digital nomadism.
At Claromentis, innovation is integral to keeping its product competitive. But when it came to hiring a diverse team to boost creativity, the firm found it difficult to attract enough women for certain roles.
Veering away from traditional routes, companies are now increasingly opting to train staff using video tutorials. From analysing the statistics, there is a clear reason why businesses are gravitating towards this new method.