Firms are adapting to the needs of employees by reimagining the employee experience digitally, looking at tools to enable collaboration and self-expression and setting out processes and policies to prevent burn-out. Here's a look at some of these ideas to engage your remote workforce.
In an exclusive conversation with People Matters, Blair Sheppard, Global Leader, Strategy and Leadership for the PwC Network shares some insights on 'The Six Paradoxes of Leadership', the four global crises we face today, and how the tragedy and suffering of the COVID-19 pandemic has also presented us with an urgent opportunity to reset our approach.
Technology is the backbone of the new work ecosystem. However, it needs to be supported by a culture that makes it real for people to experience and be at their best. Though there is a long list, to begin with, here are three simple, yet effective cultural shifts that would shape the “Hybrid Future of Work”.
By 2025, TCS will ask a vast majority of 75% of its 4.48 lakh employees globally (including 3.5 lakh in India) to work from home (WFH). However, real estate will continue to be relevant for TCS and the top IT services provider has sought approval to build two new IT parks of 5 million square feet and lease another 1 million square feet.
Digital transformation not only relates to technological advancements, but it’s also about the workforce acquiring new skillsets to be ready for the future. This makes a move to digital a critical turning point in shifting mindsets, learning models and the company culture.