• The switch to remote working for companies was swift and unexpected. If you are a manager or team leader, this may leave you concerned about maintaining work-flow and employee productivity. But, on the contrary, a lot of companies found the problem faced by their employees to be the struggle to maintain a positive Work-Life balance. As a matter of fact, a lot of the employees found themselves working way past working hours, even sending out or replying to email even at 10 PM. While this may not be the sign of productivity a lot of individuals who work remotely have found this change to be productive. A study conducted by the Forbes magazine found that 58% of the 50-member team they studied said that they found it more productive to work from home.


  • Having a great organizational culture is like being on legendary sports team. Culture helps keep the team in sync and great team is the one where each member can play to their strengths. A lot of people believe that to maintain a productive work culture, there has to be regular cadence of face-time. But in reality, this is not necessarily the case.  The adoption of work-from-home practices are increasing year-on-year and has reached a fever pitch at the on-set of Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. This accelerated pace in change in operational landscape has made it all the more important for your organization to adapt an appropriate remote working culture to ensure productivity, stability and professional growth of your employees. If you are in a company who is considering adopting a remote working culture, here are some useful points to keep in mind.


  • The job-market right now is over-saturated and overwhelmed with qualified and experienced candidates that were pushed out of their previous jobs due to the ongoing economic meltdown caused by the Covid -19 pandemic that we are living through. The last few months have been a roller-coaster ride. Adding to this situation are the fresh-graduates who finished schools and are in the market looking for an opportunity. None of the education and knowledge we have attained in our years as an adult will have equipped us to adapt to the rapid changes in the world this year. Virtual interviews on platforms such as Zoom.