How does a return to work challenge societal behaviors?

New “normals” have clear implications on future privacy and data protection policies. A global health pandemic has no respect for borders, and organizations across the world are being confronted with a series of challenges in terms of working practices. Remote working – working from home – has rapidly become part of “the new norm” but … More How does a return to work challenge societal behaviors?

Labor & Employment Law Strategic Global Topics – Summer 2017 edition: Religion in the workplace

The globalized and diverse workplace of today brings many persons together coming from very different backgrounds, cultures, and religions. The freedom to practice one’s religion is a constitutional or legislative right in many countries around the world. When it comes to the workforce and the workplace, these issues may raise some concerns for employers. Indeed, … More Labor & Employment Law Strategic Global Topics – Summer 2017 edition: Religion in the workplace

In a digital world, how can being more human be key to unlocking more growth?

Originally published on betterworkingworld.ey.com. EY, Unilever and The B Team explore why organizations must be more human if they are to deliver sustained growth in a connected world. We are living in an increasingly fragmented world with a crisis of slowing growth in many developed economies. Meanwhile, many brands and employers are attempting to become … More In a digital world, how can being more human be key to unlocking more growth?

Beyond disruption: Policy action to grow digital entrepreneurship

In March 2017, the G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance (G20 YEA) and EY conducted a survey of the G20 YEA network of young entrepreneurs. The survey was distributed through G20 YEA country sherpas to the global G20 YEA network, through an online platform. A total of 243 young entrepreneurs provided responses to the survey. Read the … More Beyond disruption: Policy action to grow digital entrepreneurship