As we start a new year, more and more employers are realising that unless they adopt a new approach to corporate wellness, they are literally sitting on the precipice of a mental health crisis.
There is no doubt that mental health issues have been around for a very long time, and managing staff who are experiencing these issues still needs to be dealt with delicately. With the onset of the pandemic, mental health-related illnesses and ailments have become front and centre in our world.
One of the key learnings in this era of remote work is that the digitalisation of the home office must account for the personal circumstances of each employee, including their connectivity, access to technology, and mindset when it comes to the new normal.
Trying to get your employees to leap into the future world of work with zest and joy? Then it may be time to start building a business organisation they actually want to be part of, first. Here’s what you may need to know…
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