Before establishing your business and team in Singapore, let’s hear what Singaporeans have to say! According to Ms. Lau, an employee of a prestigious accounting firm, the concept of remote work has been warmly embraced by Singaporeans. When the pandemic initially struck, they swiftly adjusted to the work-from-home model and soon realized the multitude of […]
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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.
EOR and PEO do, however, have certain distinctive features that employers should consider before deciding which service they should use for HR management. We have talked about Employers of Record and how it can support expedite your business expansion overseas in our last post. In this section, we will elaborate more on Professional Employer Organizations so that you can better understand their differences.
Your employees are just starting their journey with your organization. They are just as excited as you to embark on their new journey as you are to welcome them to be part of the team. Before the pandemic, your new hires will come to the office for their first day and finally meet their colleagues for the first time, get introduced to the whole department, and have a little tour of the office before they get to know their role better on the training. But it’s not like that to onboard your remote team.
Women’s Day Interview Exclusive Ft. Shu-Qiao Chen, Account Manager at Pinterest: Woman in Tech and Unicorn
Having joined the company during the pandemic, up to this day, Shu-Qiao has not once conduct the work at the office. Shu-Qiao also shared that she went through all of the onboarding process and initial training online. “Everything was done remotely, including signing the legal paperwork to proceed with my employment and the first month of initial training.”
Women’s Day Interview Exclusive ft. Sherry Lee, Brand Manager of KXE Design: Woman in Leadership, Remote Collaboration, and Working-Life Balance
Currently, Sherry is working for a German e-commerce team which she always refers to as a Blackforrest company. Ever since day one, the company has been providing the option to work remotely while keeping teammembers connected through establishing rutines and virtual communication. In spite of the distance and time difference, Sherry has been able to stay close enough to all of the business stakeholders to make critical decisions and keep projects running smoothly.
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.