By: Job van der Voort, co-founder and CEO of Remote.
Many corporate leaders in Australia are calling for an end to remote work arrangements while unions are fighting back, pushing the Federal Government to make working from home a norm. After a period of a competitive talent market, looming economic conditions are giving power back to employers. The country’s largest bank, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), recently mandated for all employees to spend at least half…Continue
Remote, the leader in building, managing, and supporting global distributed workforces, today announced that Barbara Matthews has joined as its Chief People Officer. In her role, she owns the strategic planning, implementation, and scalability of the company through its distributed team around the world.
Matthews joins Remote from Stripe, where she helped build the company’s global HR function as its International Head of HR, EMEA & APAC. Prior to…Continue
The hiring landscape is changing quickly, and a new era of hiring has begun - Say hello to “the distributed workforce model” where companies adapt to remote work environments and virtual hiring processes, which have opened up new possibilities for how and where talent can be…Continue
Remote, the leader in building, managing, and supporting global distributed workforces, today released the results of a survey of remote work adoption among Australian and other APAC companies.
According to the IDC InfoBrief sponsored by Remote, “Bridging the Talent Gap: The Future of Hiring in the Asia/Pacific Region,” March 2023, IDC Doc #AP241420IB, Australian companies state that improving profitability is the top business priority, and lack of understanding of local…Continue