Remote working will be a firm fixture in the post Covid-19 future of work
Productivity and work life balance are the number one priorities in the world of work right now
This year of unprecedented challenges has brought a series of big company moments to organisations
If you are dealing with depression at work and are unable to take time off (for whatever reason), you may be finding it difficult to manage. So here we offer up some strategies that have worked for others, including myself, when struggling with depression at work.
Burnout is on the rise, but here’s how HR can help
Will work go back to normal again after the Covid-19 pandemic? The short answer is no.
Your remote team will feel far less remote thanks to CakeHR’s latest features
We thought we had more time to adjust to the inevitable transition from traditional brick-and-mortar, nine-to-five work arrangements.
Supporting good mental health for both the immediate & long term
Any crisis is a new opportunity. It is only necessary not to give up and find ways to overcome
Without a vaccine against coronavirus (Covid-19) in the near future, businesses may need to adjust to a “new normal”. Here are some guidelines that can help.
Responding to the evolving workforce crisis brought about by Covid-19
Adapting to the disruption of Covid-19 presents a challenging task ahead
Work from home is no longer a trend. It has become a necessity.
Stress leave is a crucial recovery period that an employee takes off work to deal with or recover from stress-related illnesses or injuries.
Remote work is the future. And the numbers don’t lie. We’ve compiled the top 101 work from home statistics in the internet so you can see for yourself that telecommuting is becoming the norm.
With the rise of technology, there has been a number of changes in the conventional style of working.
With today’s advances in technology allowing those with a stable internet connection and proper resources the means to work remotely, employers and employees alike are opting to take up this more flexible approach to working
The next workplace revolution: rise of remote working. Really, how much better could remote working possibly be?