Here are some post-COVID-19 office reopening guidelines and tips to keep in mind as your organisation transitions back to a physical or hybrid workplace.
When organisations allow employees to bring their real selves to work every day, it improves productivity, creativity, and workplace culture and mental health, among other benefits.
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Office re-openings might stoke anxiety in employees returning to the office, as they contemplate the risks of using public transport and sharing desks, canteens or restrooms with other workers. Here’s how employers can allay those fears and help people transition safely back to work.
Last week, we worked with the leadership of FMC (APAC Region) [https://www.fmc.com/en] to curate a conversation around emotional health at workplace and how leaders can build emotionally healthy workplaces. [https://www.linkedin.com/posts/ashwinnaik_emotionalwellbeing-workplace-mentalhealth-activity-6829315403123044352-6Px1] FMC is an agricultural sciences company with operations in over
EAP is dead. Working with over 50 companies as our partners, big and small, one thing is clear. Employee Assistance Programs are dying. What started as a great opportunity to support employee wellbeing has degenerated into bland, reactive service with low utilisation numbers across the world. The EAP model was
When discussing mental health, our society often falls back on its favourite archetypes: the impoverished farmer, the dejected student, the troubled celebrity. However, the pandemic has demolished all these myths once and for all. Months after the UN predicted a long-term upsurge in mental health problems, reports indicate a rise
India witnessed the biggest containment experiment in history when its 1.3 billion citizens battened down the hatches in an attempt to flatten the Covid curve. The lockdown may be ending in a few weeks but a new epidemic is emerging. According to a survey conducted by the Indian Psychiatry
What started out as “work from home” has slowly turned into “live at work”. With increasing work hours, lack of boundaries in personal and work spaces, uncertain future all have led to deteriorating mental health for employees. Recent reports suggest that 1 in 6 employees in the corporate world suffered