For acquiring talent employees are not just stop-gap measures; they’re in for the long haul. You have to consider everything from skills to future development to cultural fit when a candidate is acquired rather than recruited
Even as businesses resume pre-COVID setups, calling employees back to offices, the hybrid setup will continue unabated. Perched on the horns of a dilemma, they have gone back to the drawing board to envision long-term employee-centric policies for their hybrid workforce.
Human Resource professionals raised in corporate cultures of yore are overwhelmed with this wave of this young and dynamic Gen Z workforce, which somehow always has digital devices in hand, air pods in the ear, and a screen in front of them. Hence, it is again time to rethink our management approach and ideas.
With today’s modern advances in computing power, cloud computing, and mobile, there is no reason that employees should not be in control of their earned wages in real-time. On-demand pay is a key asset that resilient, future focused companies will wield to build modern experiences their employees love, says Rob Squires, VP Regional Head of Sales, Asia & Japan at Ceridian.
Even if just half our population of 1.2 billion has access to smartphones, the internet and digital payments - India presents the biggest market opportunity for any digital giant around the globe. Now, what does Metaverse mean for the various layers of our education and economic system?