The past 18 months have offered some great learning lessons. Employees in the hospitality industry crave the investment their companies make in the human aspects of work. They prefer if their organisations and managers value their efforts with meaningful interactions, not just transactions. This means that companies in hospitality who choose to invest in their employees’ growth through upskilling and training have the most to gain. After all, loyal workers give the best return on investment!
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As news about the new Omicron variant of the COVID-19 infection broke in early December 2021, the global community heaved a weary sigh. After months of calm, things were finally beginning to get back to the “new normal”. With the spread of Omicron, it seemed that we were heading for more travel restrictions, lockdowns, and curfews, even while vaccination drives are ramped up and hospitals brace themselves for the new wave.
Technology and its effect on patient engagement A visit to the doctor’s office is not something many people look forward to. Whether it’s the long waiting times, a fear of
Through the trials and tribulations that the pandemic brought in 2020, the light at what seemed to be a very dark tunnel was the hope of an effective vaccine. The
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) hosted in Las Vegas annually by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has been at the forefront of breakthrough technologies for decades. Taking the events of
One year after the pandemic disrupted operations globally across all sectors, industries have been looking for innovative ways to combat and survive the sudden downturn. The focus on cleanliness, hygiene
In the field of medicine , the only constant is change. With new technologies, practices and innovations, a healthcare provider’s education cannot stop once a license or examination is done.