By CAROLYNE NJOGU For today’s graduates and employees, the future of work raises a critical question: How does one prepare to build a successful and meaningful career when the employment landscape keeps changing?
By CHERYL CRAN
As a leader, there are multiple things fighting for your attention on any given day. Often, the focus is directed towards dealing with what’s right in front of them or putting out fires.
By DEREK TOH
The realisation that it’s okay to not have a permanent job has led to an increased openness to flexible and short-term work arrangements. Employers that want to stay competitive in attracting the best talent have to start changing their perspective on what is considered a conventional career path.
By LAURA YEE
As the future of work changes, the way organisations manage their talent needs to change as well. What does this mean for managers and how can they keep up with the constantly-changing landscape? Here are 4 competencies that a manager needs in this emerging environment.