Friday, October 30, 2020

Learning & Development in Uncertain Times

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Missed out on our latest webinar? Watch it again right here, as we take on how learning and development works in today's uncertain times. Featuring a...

The Power of AI May Soon Help Tourism Workers Find Jobs

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The travel and tourism industry are both in a rough spot at the moment. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented to economies and businesses...

Millions of Hours Spent Daily on Unpaid Work

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From subsistence food production to looking after children and the elderly, 187 million hours are spent on unpaid production work every day in five...

Remote Working The New Market Norm to Spur Economic Growth

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Remote Working The New Market Norm to Spur Growth of Malaysian Economy Since 10 June, the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) that was implemented due...

Workplace Expectations Are Evolving in a Post-pandemic World

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The coronavirus pandemic has impacted all corners of our world, creating whole new paradigms as attitudes and expectations among workers and leaders shift. For...

Study Shows Remote Work Does Not Deter Productivity

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Mercer, an HR and workplace benefits consulting firm, recently conducted research regarding the effects of remote working amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The results of...

5 Steps to Incorporate Comprehensive Skills Training Into Your Cloud Initiatives

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Article contributed by Maureen Lonergan, director, AWS Training and Certification  The cloud offers huge potential for delivering successful, innovative business outcomes when compared to traditional, legacy...

HR Faces Broadening Expectations in the Wake of COVID-19 Recovery

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The Josh Bersin Academy, a global HR development network, has recently released a report; in which the academy spoke to over 150 HR leaders...

Digital channels improve access to employment support

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Digital channels are playing an increasingly important role in helping workers during the during the COVID-19 crisis, according to a new ILO policy brief....

Tesco unveils 16,000 jobs as online food sales surge

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Tesco will create 16,000 permanent UK jobs to meet a coronavirus-fuelled surge in online grocery demand. Britain’s biggest retailer said in a statement that...