Successful businesses have happy, healthy employees.
We spend an average of 50 hours a week at work, so it’s natural that we want to spend that time in an environment where we feel comfortable, valued, and cared for. If work is pure stress, it can cause us severe problems, both mentally and physically.
Being under excessive pressure at work can impact our performance negatively, leading to fatigue, anxiety, and time away. Inevitably, these symptoms have become more prominent as a result of COVID-19.
As we grapple with the pandemic and its fallout, it is more important than ever for employers and employees to find new ways to work and interact with each other while taking better care of everyone’s health and wellbeing.
Look after yourself and others
Adjusting to new ways of work such as flexible and remote working and the use of satellite offices can have an impact on our wellbeing. However, we can all cultivate wellness by developing better habits.