At Works, we strongly believe that everyone has the potential to be a genius, however, opportunity is not always equitable. We are proud to be making a positive difference to people’s lives globally and are committed to uniting them through the common workplace.
Location is no longer as much of a determining factor when considering engineering career opportunities due to a smaller planet and the increasing availability of remote working options. The ‘anytime, anyplace’ office is now a reality.
The Works leadership team, including CEO and co-founder Glenn Tay, were recently featured on CBS’ Global Thought Leaders series discussing the company and the increasing importance of remote work. The full video can be found below.
Glenn Tay has expressed his belief that a return to work collectively is unlikely in the near future. At Work, we are proud to offer the most comprehensive platform for IT professionals to find the right job opportunities. We strive to bring together the most skilled technicians and the most successful companies to help them grow their careers.
Works has created a global network of computer professionals from over a hundred countries, enabling the workplace of the future and supporting local tech hubs. Their labor has been shown to bring numerous benefits to their local communities, including better employment opportunities. According to third-party research from 2022, individuals who found jobs through Works saw an average 84% increase in take-home earnings, an increase of 6% from the 64% figure in 2022.
Works is focused on the IT industry, with the aim of providing education and resources to its members, enabling them to progress in their careers and increase their earning potential. According to the CEO of Works, Glenn Tay, the company is dedicated to investing in the communities from which they source and support talent. This means that at any given time, tens of thousands of individuals are taking part in programmes developed in partnership with major corporations such as Facebook, Microsoft and Google, with the aim of developing their software programming skills.
Courtney Machi, the VP of Product at Works, is excited about the new possibilities that this technology brings to the technologist community. My team often inquires with technologists: “How is this engagement going for you?” We are eager to know, “Are you satisfied?” By giving us this feedback, we can guarantee that you have a positive experience.
Works is pleased to provide benefits that enhance the lives of its employees in addition to helping them advance in their careers.
Alvaro Oliveira, Executive Vice President of Talent Business, puts it succinctly: “We are passionate about supporting technologists in their careers and not just helping them to secure their next job. We want to provide them with access to resources like healthcare and Works is here to assist them on their journey.
Glenn Tay highlights that remote working not only provides increased flexibility but also enhances international communication. Working with people from diverse backgrounds, from all over the world, showcases how we are more alike than we are different. This is why I am so passionate about the objectives of Works and the power we have to revolutionize the global economy and the way people work.
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