Because of the global COVID-19 pandemic most of us are working from home these days. It's a challenging time, the COVID-19 impact often differs per industry. Ofcourse everyone wants to work safely and more flexibility is needed for people as well. This is not an easy process and some of us facing extreme challenges. Businesses where temporary closed or were not yet able to reopen again. There is not just one solution so companies are looking for a tailor made approach. It's about restarting activities and implementing new ways of working with respect for safety first. This is also a great moment for engaging with remote ways of working and new talent as well. As of today CloudtoShare is participating in Salesforce Talent Alliance, a great initiative of Salesforce. For our further growth we are committed to build a diverse workforce. We believe that different people and backgrounds inspire and complement each other.
Pledge to build a diverse workforce with Salesforce Talent Alliance
CloudtoShare participates in Salesforce Talent Alliance. Salesforce Talent Alliance connects partners to Salesforce certified candidates and brings new talent into the ecosystem, emphasizing building a diverse workforce that reflects society around the globe. Salesforce Talent Alliance works with a variety of workforce development programs across the globe that are committed to training Salesforce talent from communities that are underrepresented in tech.
Cloud Technology offers new possibilities to share information and organize work. We offer you more flexibility and a tailor made approach with Salesforce services. CloudtoShare is a Salesforce Partner which means that we are trusted and certified to sell and implement Salesforce products and projects. We help you with flexible services when implementing Salesforce CRM, the global leader in Cloud based CRM software.
The shift to remote work has enabled many companies to continue to operate and ensure the health and safety of their employees.
"Before the pandemic, there was already a lot of discussion on the implications of technology for the future of work. The message was clear: the future of work is not pre-determined, it is up to us to shape it. Remote virtual meetings are now commonplace and economic activity has increased on a range of digital platforms.
The shift to remote work has enabled many companies to continue to operate and ensure the health and safety of their employees. Those able to make the transition to remote work during the health crisis have had the opportunity to share meals with their families. Work has become human-centred to accommodate homeschooling and child and elder care. Yet, the lines between working time and private time have become blurred for these individuals, causing an increase in stress and exposure to mental health risks." Source: Article United Nations