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What’s the New Normal for Workplace? Here’s What Research Finds

Cushman & Wakefield recently analyzed responses from more than 40,000 individuals globally in the largest known survey conducted on work-from-home experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, providing insight into how employees are coping and what the new normal will look like as offices reopen. Survey respondents represent approximately 30 companies across nearly 20 industries. The survey […]

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May 29, 20204:47 pm
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Employees Concern about Return-to-Work Measurement

Nearly two-thirds (64 percent) of businesses are very confident with their safety measurements amidst the new normal of the work environment, recent survey found. Meanwhile, 83 percent anticipate changing workplace safety measures, while 43 percent anticipate making remote work a permanent solution for roles that can accommodate it.  See also: HR Top Priority during COVID-19 […]

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May 29, 20201:51 pm
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Majority Workers Believe 6-Hour Workday Will Improve Productivity amid COVID-19: Survey

The traditional workplace as we know it has shifted due to the COVID-19 outbreak, resulting in a more remote workforce. As people gradually return to work, most believe that fewer working hours could increase productivity levels, according to a recent study by CareerAddict.com. The results revealed that 74 percent of workers believe that 6-hour workdays […]

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May 28, 20203:30 pm
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Post-Pandemic: Industries that May Have a Hard Time to Rebound

Significant interventions in response to the coronavirus usher businesses to adjust rapidly to the changing needs of the customers, suppliers, and overall operational environments. While some businesses might find it comfortable to adjust themselves to such a new market, most small businesses might have to struggle harder. If small business owners do not take preventive […]

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May 28, 20201:53 pm
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How the Fortitude Budget 2020 will Support Singapore’s Workers

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Heng Swee Keat announced on 26 May 2020 a $2 billion SGUnited Jobs and Skills Package to strengthen employment and training support for our workers. 40,000 jobs For those who have lost their jobs, the Government will expand the number job opportunities to more than 40,000 jobs. 15,000 […]

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May 27, 20205:03 pm
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Learning from the Great Recession History

We learn that COVID-19 has created a severe global recession. The pandemic has led to a global economic downturn that affected the world’s financial markets. If prolonged, the crisis will increase home mortgage foreclosures worldwide and cause millions of people to lose their life savings, their jobs and even their homes.  The longest recession in […]

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May 27, 20203:08 pm
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Jobs to be Key Part of ‘Fortitude’ Budget, Says DPM Heng; President Gives In-principle Support for Draw on Reserves

President Halimah Yacob has given her in-principle support for an additional draw on the nation’s reserves for a fourth Covid-19 support package, which will primarily focus on job support for affected workers. Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat and his team of ministers had briefed Madam Halimah and the Council of Presidential Advisers (CPA) last […]

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May 26, 20203:47 pm
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Indonesia’s Health Minister Issues New Normal Work Regulations

The government has decided to maintain the work from home (WFH) policy as part of its new normal regulations amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The regulations are introduced through the Health Minister’s Decree No. HK.01.07/MENKES/328/2020 on the Guidelines of COVID-19 Prevention and Control at Offices and Industries in Supporting the Sustainability of Businesses during Pandemic. Health […]

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May 26, 20203:39 pm
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2 Major Signs of Burnout & What TO DO

Burnout at work is real and might be more common than you think. Gallup Workplace survey found that among 7,500 full-time employees, nearly one-fourth (23 percent) reported feeling burnout at work very often or always. Another 44 percent reported feeling burnout sometimes. Respondents stated that reasons for having this frequent burnout include workload pressures, tight […]

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May 26, 20201:24 pm
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Rethinking HR’s Role in the Age of Remote Work

More and more companies are now starting to exploit their remote research effectively. With improved processing capacity and greater networking, remote research can be done smoothly nowadays. The fact is that companies no longer have to restrict their recruiting activities to their area alone. Nevertheless, it may still be very challenging to handle, as good […]

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May 22, 202010:03 am