Remote work, or working from home, is not a new phenomenon. It has been around for decades, but it gained new momentum and popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic when millions of people had to switch to remote work as a safety measure. According to Global Workplace Analytics, nearly 68% of surveyed employees have been successfully
HR and the workplace are constantly evolving, and understanding the latest insights is essential for creating a productive and thriving work environment. Here are some crucial HR and workplace insights to consider. Employee Well-Being: The well-being of employees is becoming a top priority for HR professionals and organizations. Supporting mental health, offering flexible work arrangements,
Through this article, we would like to share how to go about developing a plan for a company’s diversity programme. This will help you in your endeavours to create a more inclusive workplace! It is important to focus on this when recruiting new employees to your company. This article is based on an article by
New company and growing companies are very often not familiar with the different tax types and rates, and the calculation logic behind those. The social cost of corporate part for the staff is also very important to understand. In this Webinar we will share: Tax implication of Smaller Scale tax payer and normal tax payer.
Coronavirus outbreak has created many inconveniences for businesses: travel restrictions, health scares, quarantines. Companies are faced not only to opportunity (as it was before) but also to the necessity of building a culture that allows more work flexibility. Who works from home? Not all businesses are lucky enough to allow their employees to work from
Thanks to the internet and modern tech advancements, people with disabilities have more opportunities for employment than ever before. Despite this, people who have disabilities are still twice as likely to be unemployed compared to the rest of the population. Don’t let your disability prevent you from enjoying a successful and fulfilling career. Technology is
The wrong hire can be a costly endeavor for your organization. Among both skilled hourly and professional employees, replacing a bad hire can cost a company as much as 75 – 125 percent of the terminated employee’s annual earnings. Additionally, poor hiring decisions can lead to higher turnover rates among remaining employees. Some organizations are becoming more