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Neat
Workplace design a crucial factor for better employee experience - report
The key to a successful workplace could be its design, according to research from Ecosystm and Neat.
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Remote Working
Four-day week: Perceptions across Asia Pacific and Japan
Workers across APJ want to be empowered to do their best work, wherever and whenever they want.
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EverestEngineering
Human-centric ways of making the workplace desirable to employees
Workers across the globe have been quitting their jobs in record numbers, here's how EverestEngineering's human-centric approach is making a difference.
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Remote Working
How organisations can meet employees' changing expectations
The global employment market has shifted dramatically in favour of employees, sparking the so-called great resignation, in which people are leaving unsatisfying roles in search of greener pastures.
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Employee Retention
Company values increasingly important in post-pandemic world
New research released today reveals that company values are the new currency when it comes to employee retention in a post-covid economy.
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Cloud
Xero opens new Melbourne HQ to help drive tech talent
Xero has opened a new Melbourne headquarters in a bid to attract and retain tech talent locally.
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Great Resignation
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from Smith Brothers Media
Today we are joined by James Smith who is the CEO of digital agency Smith Brothers Media. James joins us today to discuss the concept of The Great Resignation and the impact it has for businesses like theirs and also their clients and suppliers.
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Remote Working
70% of ANZ companies struggle with hybrid work - ADAPT
ADAPT has called on Australian digital leaders to adopt five practices to improve employee experience amidst severe and lasting skills shortages.
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SAS
Amid the Great Resignation, curiosity is an important skill for employees, according to new SAS study
While curiosity can address critical business challenges, many organisations struggle to develop and harness this skill.