Future of Work, productivity, strategies and workplace hacks.
The pandemic has accelerated the pace of change in our evolving industry. Businesses and workplace practices are changing and company culture is being put to test. Join the upcoming live webinar “Post COVID-19 Investment Management: Future of Work”, where panellists Lilian Tham, Eddy Kwong, Adrian Tan and Albert Tse, CFA, CAIA will share their outlook of the industry’s “new normal”, in the areas of client engagement, operations, marketing and technology at work, and how investment managers are adapting to the pandemic.
For folks new to remote working, it may seem like an easy adjustment. You just bring your laptop home and boot it up. As long as the internet connection is decent, what else would be needed? The short answer to that is a lot. You see, your office is specifically designed to maximize work output. […]
Are you tired of watered-down webinars spewing corporate fluff, focused on the lowest common denominator?
TD is bringing together 6 amazing speakers for real dialogue on the hottest must-action topics in the Industry.
This isn’t about megatrends – this is about actionable insights.
Each session will be 30 minutes discussion, followed by 15 minutes open forum Q&A.
After each session, the speaker will be available in an adjoining chat room to discuss and answer any questions further for 45 minutes.
“Time to upskill: How the Coronavirus has changed working forever” by The University of Western Australia
As businesses go through these challenging pandemic times and prepare for the post-COVID 19 worlds, the ways of working will have to be reinvented with increased demands for employee performance, productivity, engagement and commitment. As we jet-set towards the “Work of Future”, the rules of the game are changing. With NEW CODE OF WORK, we celebrate and propagate these inspiring ideas to script the future of work.
We are on an adventurous journey to revolutionize the world by leveraging the next-gen technology and bring joy, energy and meaning to work ‘The New Code of Work’.
While time will tell whether that would happen or not, we bring to you DBA Ramon Segismundo(Founder and CEO at 1-HR X & President and COO at Hijo Group of Companies), who will interact with Ankur Sehgal (Director, APAC at PeopleStrong), and Kiran Kumar (Co-founder at PeopleStrong), to decode the New Code of Work focused on stories around the following key takeaways:
Productivity: Defining and driving productivity at work
Experience: Enabling Employees and Enhancing their experience on the ground!
Future readiness: Being Future-ready- A view to disruption and growth
These are scary times to be hunting for a job. But take heart. There are things you can do to prepare yourself to launch your career once the job market bounces back. Three things, to be exact, if you tuned in to Young NTUC’s LIT career dialogue, LITerally Online: Career Insights on Instagram Live last […]
With the COVID-19 situation still hanging in the air, many companies that could implement some form of remote work have done so. But for many people, working from home can be extremely challenging. For some, you may not have a work table at home. Work means at your dining table or even on your bed. For others, you may be like me with kids at home and that can be distracting. Whichever your situation is, there are ways to make it work. But it calls for changes to how you work.
Key Learning Points
Key challenges in remote working (and what can be done to work around them)
Randstad Singapore’s survey highlights the gaps companies faced during COVID-19
40% of respondents are fully-equipped to support remote working 14% expect to offer remote working as an employee benefit in the future after seeing positive results Local companies are taking short-term measures to protect their workforce and mitigate losses 23 APRIL 2020, SINGAPORE – In a pulse survey conducted by Randstad Singapore, 46 per cent […]
As a social hiring platform, Wantedly finds itself at the forefront in the fight for workforce retention during the Covid-19 pandemic. With the unemployment rate continuing to skyrocket in Asia during this pandemic, it begs the question: ‘Who is still hiring during coronavirus?’ Wantedly decided that more than just the companies on their platform, it […]
😷 With the COVID-19 situation still hanging in the air, many companies that could implement some form of remote work have done so. But for many people, working from home can be extremely challenging. For some, you may not have a work table at home. Work means at your dining table or even on your bed. For others, you may be like me with kids at home and that can be distracting. Whichever your situation is, there are ways to make it work. But it calls for changes to how you work.
📚Learn the strategies for staying Productive and Mentally Healthy while you’re working from home.