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- Business stalwarts around the world anticipate remote working and automation to continue even after the COVID-19 pandemic comes to an end, a recent survey has found.
- According to a survey conducted by global consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers referencing 699 chief executive...
- Samsung has announced new updates for outdoor displays and video conferencing solutions.
- The new tools are going to be launched in India first.
- Samsung aims to make work from remote places, easy for users.
• JPMorgan’s community banking unit, which operates primarily in the U.S. has maximum number of employees as compared to other divisions and it has total 122,089 employees
• According to the reports, JPMorgan in its directive communicated to staff in...
• One of the leading investment bank JPMorgan has asked its most senior sales and trading staff to join office by September 21
• According to a recently conducted survey by Wells Fargo/Gallup, out of total 1,094 US workers surveyed in the month of August, ...
- Some 88.4 percent of companies (among top 100 companies by revenue) have commenced with remote work systems since the COVID-19 pandemic, a survey by the Korea Employers’ Federation showed.
- Some 8.7% of the respondents said they were not considering a work-from-home system...
- Dubai female employees working in government organizations can continue their work from home. Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum announced.
He additionally gav...
- NTT Corp. to make 70% or more employees work from home.
- The company increased its target up from 50% or more.
- NTT Corp. has a domestic workforce of around 200,000.
- NTT Corp.’s rival KDDI Corp. also plans ...
- With COVID-19 firmly rooting itself in the world precincts, there had come a time to test the ‘smart work’ ideology to the hilt.
- Thus it needs to be said that COVID-19 has changed the workplace landscape in South Korea with work from home becoming a reality. <...
- According to a survey by Japanese government, one-third respondents worked from home due to coronavirus.
- Many young residents in the Tokyo metropolitan area want to go to some other region and work.
A survey by Japanese go...
- With Japan still reeling under the threat of coronavirus, more people are working from home.
- Working women who have children find it easy to work from home as it helps them to take care of their children at the same time.
- To make life easier, many tech giants have rolled out latest technologies to make life little easier in this new COVID world.
- These technologies have been in use since the lockdowns were imposed a...
- Amid lockdown people were asked to stay home and stay safe in order to avoid catching the infection.
- Working from home isn’t that easy.
- Working from home has its own pros and cons.
Ever since COVID-...
• India’s leading companies including Deloitte, PwC, KPMG, EY, Cognizant and Accenture considering to let go half-a-million sq ft
• Companies are stating that as social distancing guidelines are not practical, they will encourage most of their employ...
- The Governor and his 20 staff members are working from home currently
- The test results have come back negative for everyone
- Chicago opens six new testing sites for the black and the brown residents
A senior staff member working...
- Work From Home (WFH) Apps make the work so much more fun and exciting.
- A dream come true for many working professionals
Coronavirus has come calling at our doorstep and made a monkey of us. We came close to losing our jobs in the bargain and n...
- Indians gear up for #JantaCurfew
- Fever FM joins the curfew with #RJcurfew
- Fever FM RJs will go live from their homes
As India’s count of COVID-19 increase and Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi calls for Janta Cu...