Eurídice González
Expert Contributor
Eurídice González
Founder
Mujeres WIM de Mexico
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http://wimmexico.org.mx/
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Reaching gender equity in the economic sector is everyone’s best interest, writes Eurídice González.
Edgar Rosas Lopez
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Edgar Rosas Lopez
Partner
Emerlid
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https://twitter.com/Edroly
https://emerlid.com/
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Home office provided people the opportunity to be more effective and productive in every way. Why abandon it? asks Edgar Rosas Lopez.
Jorge Merida Puga
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Jorge Merida Puga
Director General
Advisory Network for Wellbeing
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https://twitter.com/meridadr
https://adnwellbeing.com/
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There is now an opportunity to take advantage of telework without hurting either the company or its employees, writes Jorge Merida.
Home office
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Mexican companies remain reluctant to implement a remote work model. However, young people would prefer to work remotely.
Hybrid Work Model
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As the pandemic evolves and decreases, hybrid work models are paramount for companies. Nestlé shares some insights about it.
MTF2022-HR Trends: How Manual Processes Limit Productivity
News Article
The adoption of technologies from the recruitment process onward helps companies save time and resources.
Shelley Pursell
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Shelley Pursell
Director Marketing for Latam and Iberia
HubSpot
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https://www.hubspot.com/
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Companies are now challenged to support their employees in the pursuit of a better quality of life, including parenting, writes Shelley Pursell.
Shelley Pursell
Expert Contributor
Shelley Pursell
Director Marketing for Latam and Iberia
HubSpot
https://www.linkedin.com/in/shelleypursell/
https://www.hubspot.com/
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Companies are now challenged to support their employees in the pursuit of a better quality of life, including parenting, writes Shelley Pursell.
City buildings
News Article
To reactivate the construction and real estate sectors, Mexico City will convert abandoned offices into housing.
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