Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Turning their homes into workspaces during Covid-19. How WFH changed workers around the world.

There are strategies emotionally intelligent remote workers can use to keep themselves from fading into the woodwork and ensure that they’re not forgotten at promotion time.

We have to face facts: Covid-19 may well be with us forever. People are not stupid. They will come around to accept reality.

The lack of space for pandemic-era working from home by marketing a tiny home-office building that can be constructed adjacent to houses in just two days.

Hospitality, whether at fast-food counters, neighborhood bars or formal dining rooms: eating out has changed.

A workplace filled with anti-virus innovations could become the new normal in office design.

Since the Covid-19 landscape is still in flux, it’s hard to feel sure about how long the returning to the office will last.

Covid-19 has killed the open-plan space. People need privacy to retreat to places where they can be aware of each other but not in each other’s way.

We’ve seen a big uptick in Gen-Z looking for their next job on TikTok. Gen-Z want to go on TikTok where they’re already comfortable, where it’s fast, easy, digestible content, and find jobs that way. 

Military expenditure worldwide rose to nearly $2 trillion in 2020, defying the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Google is committed to making hybrid work possible, because there is an opportunity for tremendous improvement in productivity and the ability to pull in more people to the work force.

Whenever the workplace atmosphere becomes more complicated, flexibility becomes more crucial. These 8 skills will make you relevant In the new world of work.

The lockdown has been a once-in-a-generation event, changing attitudes to consumer behaviour, jobs, homes. The collective psychology has moved.

5 lasting impacts that Covid-19 is likely to have on the world of work.

I believe that we will continue to want to work from home, exercise from home, shop from home, watch first run movies from home, order in and livestream.

From cities, to science, to politics: how a post-pandemic world will emerge into a new normal.

How will the virus continue to change the way we live from the way we build and live in cities to how we move between countries and continents.

Here are the changes that are most likely to outlast the pandemic!

The new normal is a series of crises hitting simultaneously, and localities are bearing the brunt.

Anthony Fauci expects the U.S. could be as good as back to normal as we possibly can by the end of 2021 if a coronavirus vaccine becomes widely available.

As we think about the future of the workplace, we recognize that while physical distancing may be part of our new normal, collaboration and human connection will remain more important than ever.

Protect your children, house, finances and data now that confinement measures are starting to relax. Criminals are still looking for victims. A safety guide.

The US may have to endure social distancing measures, such as stay-at-home orders and school closures — until 2022.

Vigilantly practicing social distancing at home isn’t an option for Lum. He lives in one of Hong Kong’s cage homes. His closest neighbor is just a few feet away, inside the same room.

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