The changing expectations of workers

Given the current uncertainty facing employees across Asia-Pacific,
flexibility is not simply desirable, but essential.

Ascender Annual APAC Consumer Research

Trumping worker preference is legal and social compliance – with the rapidly changing social distancing requirements across each state, country and region, even the most staunch supporters of traditional Monday-Friday, 9-5 office environments have been forced to introduce flexibility, WFH, and invest in the technology to support it.

Our research reflects the changing expectations of workers now. Job seekers will look for opportunities offering flexible work policies and prioritise these companies over others across Asia Pacific.

This new outlook only highlights the urgency for businesses to build a culture of both flexibility and pay compliance, rewarding employees with what they value most. > View TickerTV interview


Andrew Wilson

Inna Wahlberg
General Manager, Asia Services

Richard Breden
General Manager, Ascender Cloud Services

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Ascender In-platform solutions can help support your business managing these complex changes with minimal disruptions to your operations.

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