Workplace Wellness Blog
We are living amidst unusual circumstances. The ongoing global pandemic has left us in a novel situation. It has indeed changed the meaning of life as we know it. It has given us time to take a moment and think about ourselves. Employees who are now working from home may have realized how they can take advantage of this newfound flexibility. Remote working comes with several benefits. You save time on the commute, you get to spend more time with your families, you save your financial resources, you can rehab your career, and the digital tools that most of us have easy access to make working from home exceedingly convenient.Read More
Diversity and inclusion play a massive role in making a workplace a safe and welcoming environment for people with various backgrounds, ethnicities, cultures, genders, and disabilities. Despite its paramount importance in humanizing a workplace, it is a matter that often tends to get overlooked. It is about time that we get out of our comfort zone, start having difficult conversations, and voice our concern to make DEI* a significant factor in workplace decisions. (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion)Read More
COVID-19 has brought the global population a series of challenges, and it has changed the meaning of life as we know it. With all non-essential employees working from online meetings, conferences, and webinars that used to be fairly uncommon, concepts have become the ‘new normal.’ Human beings, especially the participating members of the workforce, are faced with an extraordinarily unusual situation compelling them to adapt to the changing circumstances as a survival technique.
Google will be allowing employees to keep working from homes until the summer of 2021. If more enterprises follow in Google’s footsteps, it may be a relief to be able to work at home without continually worrying about contracting the virus. However, others may have to find ways to overcome the challenges of remote working and unlocking online presence.Read More