Future of Work

Work is changing. Digital communications have made remote work commonplace and the recent pandemic has dramatically accelerated the trend toward remote work.

The gig economy was growing linearly and will contiune it's upward trend as the economy recovers. Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics stand poised upend what's left of the conventional workplace.

WeWork has driven the trend in organisations adopting communal workspaces and again, this trend will only continue it's linear advance as we resurface from the pandemic.

Expectations for face-to-face and team meetings have suddenly surged into online meeting platforms such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Google Meet, further driving the acceptance of remote working.

Collaboration or "how-to" collaborate remotely, is a major challenge emerging for organisations.

ICG Asia is helping organisations meet the challenges of this transformation, through implementation ofnew business processes and systems to cater for everything from e-attendance, real-time collaboration and document sharing, to HRMS, and payroll.

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