With the Hong Kong government announcing to ease the tough Covid-control measures in April, the question to HR leaders would be: what should be done to ensure as smooth sailing as we “head back to the office”, or do we need to “head back” at all? In this article, we will provide some recommendations and “food for thoughts” for HR, so to help you get prepared in advance.
Hybrid working raises tough questions, in this report we have surveyed thousand of employees world for practical insights and solutions for employers and hiring managers worldwide. Download our free guide today.
Hybrid working raises tough questions, in this report we have surveyed thousand of employees world for practical insights and solutions for employers and hiring managers worldwide. Download our guide free guide today.
We wanted to understand what the future of the finance function will look like and surveyed over 5,500 professionals and 2,200 global companies across 31 countries worldwide, to find out what factors will continue to drive change within the finance function in the next few years.
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