Managing the IT infrastructure has always been a challenge for companies to surmount. Earlier a lot of time was devoted to physically configure, manage and maintain the software and hardware needed to run the business.
The People Function runs the risk of conforming to the ideas and perceptions of the People Leader and/or the team. While the Leadership provides critical inputs and rolls-out the action plan for implementation, there is a need to keep decisions free from judgment and bias.
We often come across phrases like ‘The Future is Cloud’, ‘Cloud-First’ strategy, or the ‘Future is Cloud-Connected’ etc. What do these phrases mean, and is it true that we have arrived into the future already riding the cloud wave, as it were, or are we still some distance away from the all-pervasive cloud in our lives? We shall briefly discuss the all round adoption of the Cloud and its impact on businesses.
The year 2020 has brought in its wake large-scale changes the way businesses function. No other aspect of the Pandemic has had the kind of impact than the need for social distancing, forcing global businesses to change the way they work.
As a general thumb-rule, companies generally prefer candidates who have diversified skillsets and learning flexibility. It is assumed that multi-talent candidates can accomplish more as compared to a single-dimension employee.
Candidate Experience is a not-so-new word in the recruitment industry, but one which is continually evolving in terms of context and content.
The traditional unwritten rule in the corporate world is that you wouldn’t get a job or have a promising career unless you went to a college and earned a degree.
The COVID-19 crisis has completely altered the way people work. Commuting to work, which was one of the basic components of one’s professional life, has undergone rapid change.
The spread of COVID-19 has led to large-scale disruptions to the world’s economy, resulting in among other things, millions of job cuts. The impact has been across industries irrespective of their nature, size, and location of the business.
Europe is facing one of the gravest challenges since the Second World War and is one of the most affected regions globally with respect to the Pandemic.