Instant Insights / Strategies and advice for transitioning to a work-from-home model
As employers find themselves swept up in the impromptu Work From Home Experiment, many are unprepared for managing their remote workforce. From setting up workers with the right tools and technology to developing a new communication strategy to keep these workers engaged, check out this collection of insights to cultivate a successful and productive remote workforce.
Reinventing corporate wellness for the remote workforce
The need for support and well-being has never been greater, and catering to those needs requires creativity.
By Ann Wyatt |
May 08, 2020 at 10:25 AM
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The current state of “working from home” is far from “normal.” Many employees are doing it for the first time. Some are doing it while doubling as elementary school teachers. And all of us are doing it with the COVID-19 pandemic weighing heavily on our minds. This is a stressful situation for everyone, especially when many of us don’t have an end date for when we’ll all go back to work. And this stress and anxiety is already taking its toll on employee well-being.
However, innovative and responsive employers are already stepping up by adapting and making adjustments when it comes to meeting the needs of employees where they are now… at home. The need for support and well-being has never been greater, and catering to those needs requires creativity and a willingness to utilize technology in new ways. Connection doesn’t happen without intention right now and connection is key to productivity and overall well-being. Even if that connection looks a bit different for the near future.
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