Borderless Workplace - a podcast

Getting Familiar with The Greater China’s Working Culture

In this episode, Alan will also provide tips and strategies for companies looking to build effective remote teams and expand their operations overseas. This is an opportunity to learn from a seasoned professional in the field and gain valuable insights on how to navigate the current job market in the face of remote work and globalization.

Digital Culture

Digitally Enabled Talent: How Can Organizations Leverage It?

Digitally enabled talent encompasses all employees who have the skills and knowledge to leverage digital tools and technologies to improve their job performance. This includes non-technical roles such as marketing, sales, and customer service, where employees need to use digital tools to engage with customers and prospects effectively. In short, digitally enabled talent is any employee who has the skills and knowledge to work effectively in a digital environment.

Global Trends

Exploring Workcations to Foster Global Remote Teams

As remote work becomes a norm, workers are increasingly looking for ways to combine work and travel. One trend that has emerged in recent years is the “workcation” – a combination of “work” and “vacation” that allows remote teams to work from a different location while also enjoying a change of scenery.A workcation can take many forms, from a week-long trip to a different country to a weekend getaway to a nearby city. The key is that remote workers are able to work from a different location while still fulfilling their work responsibilities. As workcations are becoming increasingly popular, there are also many benefits of taking workcations, especially in groups, in a form of company retreat.