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.
As we are nearing the end of the year, you might have heard people commonly referring to this period of time as “holiday season”. But do you know that the winter holiday season is commonly known and practiced mostly in North America? “Holiday season” is a North American term that refers to the period of […]
Are you working remotely and communicating with messaging apps like Slack? Emojis are often used for a quick reply and to acknowledge someone without writing a long message. People often use emojis to inject humor into their digital conversations because they are informal, personable, and easy to use. It provides a reaction when texting someone […]
Creating a DEI-friendly workplace by incorporating a diverse workforce, enforcing equity at work, and achieving inclusion to be embodied in the company culture is not easy. One of the main reasons as to why DEI hasn’t been widely implemented is mainly due to its relatively high cost. In order to create a DEI-friendly workplace, the company needs to allocate several resources as follows:
Over the last few years, new market explored has created many new job demands in digital services such as programming, web development, digital design, social media, data analytics, etc., along with the health concerted and the business operation cost related to the prolonged pandemic circumstances, switches business operation using the internet and digital platform became the mandatory effective method. It’s quickly turned into trends in 2020 until this day. Business needs and demands vary among the industries, but the core features boiled down to the following four points:
Not long before the pandemic hit and put the majority of the workforce to practice remote working, half of the population of software developers have already been working remotely. Therefore, it is less troublesome for software developers to transition to a remote working setting in comparison with the other departments. However, with the recent social distancing restrictions that have been lifted, many companies demand their employees to conduct their work on-site. Most of the management teams are still not very inclined to hire remote workers due to various reasons.