Building a Future-Ready Workforce with MasterCard Asia Pacific

Building a Future-Ready Workforce with MasterCard Asia Pacific

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“And I think that was one of the key enablers where we were able to ensure that all our employees had the tools and resources and systems accessible when we moved from what was a highly integrated face-to-face in-person environment to operating with a high degree of virtual collaboration.”

Pure technology driving humans or humans driving the technology? What does it mean to be a future-ready employee or to be future-proof in the workplace? Amanda Gervay, Senior Vice President, People and Capability, MasterCard Asia Pacific sheds light on the topic.

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