OEA Blog
13 Jun 2019

Resource List #016

Work-life Strategies

This is how the future of work-life balance will look like
There’s a new shift that suggests companies and their employees will have to start thinking in a different way when it comes to the way we work and live. This isn’t only because there are fewer of us to do more work, but because the workforce in 2020 is going to be occupied by five generations.

Corporate Training

New company training committee to boost skills of Asia Pacific Breweries staff
Staff of Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) Singapore will learn new technology and become more productive with the roll-out of a structured training programme.

Banks reskilling staff for digital transformation
Banks are reskilling employees and drawing up new roles at contact centres to better serve customers as technology continues to overhaul jobs in the financial sector. The upgrades are also necessary to ensure workers do not become obsolete, especially with more customers preferring to bank online.

Office Automation

Investing in office automation? Here are the know-hows!
Task management is one serious business in any organization. In early days, the break out of computers, and then laptops made way for office automation. After a few years of dominance, computers paved the way for operating systems and user interfaces to take the control of office automation. Each day, office automation is becoming the cynosure of number of organization, no matter whether the organization is a product based or service based company.

Artificial intelligence-enhanced journalism offers a glimpse of the future of the knowledge economy
Much as robots have transformed entire swaths of the manufacturing economy, artificial intelligence and automation are now changing information work, letting humans offload cognitive labor to computers.

Six ways robots are used today that you probably didn’t know about
How many times in the past week do you think your life was affected by a robot? Unless you have a robot vacuum cleaner, you might say that robots had no real impact on your life.

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