In 2020 when most of the world went into lockdown, companies were nudged to increase their tech adoption to support a massive influx of employees working from home. By relying on digital tools, they were able to bring a dispersed workforce together to work and ensure business continuity. On the other hand, they were also able to ensure people stay connected with each other and the company. However, the tech adoption that began as a necessity slowly became the very way of doing business and work.
But now in the middle of 2021, as most countries ease on lockdown measures and execute vaccination drives in full swing, companies need to do more than just get through the crisis and look at implementing work models which are more sustainable for the future of work. As per several reports and our interactions with leaders across the Asia Pacific region, we observe many large and small businesses adopting hybrid work models. But hybrid work comes with its own set of challenges - from ensuring employee well-being to making everyone in the workplace feel like they belong.
Leaders have a lot to think about when putting together policies and plans for the hybrid work, and the biggest task on their priority list is: Building a workplace where everyone can thrive and ultimately deliver business impact.
To enable leaders in the APAC region and help them create a connected workforce, our partner Workplace from Facebook is hosting a virtual event, ‘Workplace Transform APAC 2021’. Business leaders and experts from across the globe are coming together to reflect and share best practices for organisations to gain a competitive edge by connecting the unconnected. Join them and learn with them on Wednesday, August 25th at 2pm AEST / 12pm SGT / 9.30am IST.
Here’s why you can’t afford to miss Workplace Transform APAC 2021:
Address the biggest challenges of now of work: Collaboration & Connection
At Workplace Transform APAC, learn from C-suite leaders and experts and get the inside track on:
- How to build a tech stack that connects people everywhere
- Why do leaders need to be more open and authentic than ever before
- How is technology enabling HR leaders in a hybrid world
How leading companies in APAC are enhancing employee experience and driving business excellence with Workplace from Facebook
With a power-packed agenda and relevant themes, get insights on how some of the most progressive companies are creating a digital workplace and ensuring connection, collaboration, and efficiency.
For instance, Kamal Shah, CIO of LTI will share how LTI integrates Workplace as part of its robust tech stack to connect and empower everyone, everywhere, from the HQ to the frontline.
In another session, Nico Bambao, Wonderful Employee Experience Director, Globe Telecom will give insight on how Workplace helps Globe Telecom attract and retain world-class talent and create a more attractive and inclusive culture.
An awesome line-up of speakers: Learn from the experts
The effects of changes at work have been clearly felt around the APAC region. As per an EY report, nearly half (48%) of APAC employees said their organisational culture has improved over the course of the pandemic, but the same percentage are calling for companies across APAC to invest in at-home technology to ensure greater productivity while hybrid working arrangements continue.
It is clear that for driving both excellent employee experience and business growth, the prerequisite is connection & collaboration via tech. But how do you keep these aspects in check in the new hybrid world of work? At Workplace Transform APAC 2021, get actionable insights on building a more connected workplace with tech from these leaders:
- Mike Schneider, Managing Director, Bunnings Group
- Tracy Llewelyn, Head of Comms for ANZ, Domino's Pizza Enterprises Ltd
- Kamal Shah, Chief Information Officer, LTI
- Nico Bambao, Wonderful Employee Experience Director, Globe Telecom
- Shellye Archambeau, Board Director & Former CEO of MetricStream
- Vicky Skipp, Regional Director for Asia Pacific, Workplace from Facebook
- Brynn Harrington, VP of People Growth, Facebook
The efficiency of your people and success of your business is at stake. You can’t afford to skip preparing for the now and future of work. With these interactive sessions and more, arm yourself to prepare for creating a more connected workplace for the new digital world of work.
Learning happens on Wednesday, August 25th at 2pm AEST / 12pm SGT / 9.30am IST.