Chief Partner Officer
CEO and co-founder
Eighteen months into the pandemic, it is still unclear whether or not we are returning to office anytime soon. Instead of preparing strategies for the unknown, it is more pivotal to build a sustainable workplace that will thrive beyond the pandemic.
In this conversation with James Ang and Leong CheeTung, we discuss how the work culture has transformed in terms of people and work distribution. As leaders in tech companies, they also share how leadership styles must shift in order to maintain employee engagement and boost productivity along the way.
Put employees, remote work, and flexibility at the center of work. Make work enlightening for everyone, especially in these difficult times, and keep it human-centric.
The way of hiring has transformed completely. Job opportunities are no longer limited to a certain location. Candidates could be anywhere in the world and they can apply as long as they have the experience and credentials that fit the job descriptions.
Remote working has opened up the pool of talents, resources, and availability. The number of job applications increases, and more candidates are available as there is no geographical limitation.
The role of leaders has become very important in setting the right context within the workplace. Leaders need to put their people first and encourage engagement among colleagues who could be anywhere in the world.
Embrace the changes. Hybrid is here to stay, so it’s super critical to utilize technology to make the workplace more human-centric.