We are in a multi-generational workforce. As the use of the Internet and mobile devices grows, the pace of change continues to accelerate. These changes are further exacerbated by ongoing demands to increase productivity and cut costs, making it harder for employees to meet market expectations. Together, these trends are reshaping the work environment.Based on our research they are classified under these common areas and our responses to address these issues appropriately.
- Facing evolutionary changes
- Aging workforce
- Information overload
- The need for speed
Our Responsive action
- Managed working style change
- Managed & unifying offline and online communications
- To focus on employee experience
- To Support virtual work environments
- Retention of talents
- Bridging between different skillsets of multiple generation
Turn your workplace into mobile-centric and data driven
In 2020, the number of smartphone users in Singapore is estimated to reach 4.65 million making up more than 90 percent of its total population. More people are beginning to use mobile apps for many aspects of their lives such as communicating with people, reading latest news, online shopping, transportation and banking needs. The introduction of smartphones has brought about changes to everyone’s daily routine and their workplace.
As workplace demographics continue to change, companies are adapting by building a digital workplace to meet the needs of multi-generational workforce. We see a common trend among people using WhatsApp to communicate about business work as opposed to waiting for their email replies. HR mobile apps that provide employees easy access to all their salary slips, applying leaves and access to other benefits.