‘Businesses tend to believe that you can’t be profitable if you have to look after the planet or its people, but the truth is taking care of our planet and communities will lead to taking care of our profits in the long run,’ advised Vicky Chai, Group Head of People, Singlife with Aviva.
“Accelerating digital adoption requires behaviour, mindset shifts, and understanding the benefits of technology adoption. Moreover, we encourage change to be driven from the top by Leaders and management,” advised Meenakshi Cornelius, CHRO, JLL India.
Organisations should keep a pulse on their employees’ expectations towards new approaches of work by actively engaging them in conversations to design policies that meet their needs, says Poo-Jiuan Eng, SVP HR, APAC, Schaeffler.
In a time when talent is scarce and moves on readily, how do you shape your organisational culture to adapt to constant change and new expectations? Renata Mrazova, Chief People Officer of Home Credit, talks about the traits that have helped her company to adjust to the trends of recent years.
‘I believe the key to a sustainable work tech model for any organisation is to have the right balance of employee productivity and satisfaction enabled with the right technology solutions across the lifecycle of an employee,’ shared Priyanka Anand, Vice President and Head of HR for Southeast Asia, Oceania, and India, Ericsson.