Here are the top three things that are keeping HR professionals up at night, as well as some ways leadership can support HR that leads to better training, growth and care for employees.
Organizations are being called to an opportunity to build intentionally for a post-pandemic world where every business continuity strategy includes employee resilience and well-being.
While many companies provide employee wellness resources, low usage or access rates due to the stigma surrounding mental health can reduce their effectiveness.
More than a year after being hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone has been dealt a shock to the system in all aspects of their lives. The effects cascaded into work as people did their best to juggle their personal and professional lives under one roof.
L&D teams have a role to play in helping leaders develop critical skills, including practicing self-care, exhibiting empathy and fostering innovation.
Like it or not, emotional wellness is now a workplace issue and, thus, a leadership issue. You cannot outsource concern for your people during a pandemic and quarantine; it must come from you.
A good wellness strategy can help reduce absences, lower turnover rates and increase productivity, resulting in a significant economic impact.
These days, we don’t even do that much unplugging, as we go from video meeting marathons during work hours to video chats with family and friends after work.