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Company Challenges post Covid
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5 Keys to Rebuild your Company Culture
Now that it is transitioning back, most leaders have to put great effort into helping their employees adapt to this “new normality”—again. Building, or maintaining, company culture is not an easy task because there will be a lot of new and unknown situations that will not be easy to manage. The new employee circumstances lead to new employee needs so it is important to build a culture that will have equal benefits for everyone. So here are 5 keys to (re)build your Company Culture.
Challenges in today's Employee Wellbeing
The COVID-19 pandemic caused anxiety and uncertainty because of possible income loss, insecurity, and possible impact on one's health, which left many employees struggling to cope and feeling burnout. Research shows that employee well-being is strongly linked with organisational success so organisations ought to devise a comprehensive Wellbeing Strategy. So when leaders take steps to support mental health and wellness in the workplace, it benefits both employees and their employers.
Quote about change
Our world is constantly evolving. Having the ability to face these new challenges head-on is very important to develop personally and our business. If you have reached that point in life where adaptability becomes necessary, just know there are lots of benefits to be gained. It will definitely not be easy at first, but patience and practice can do a lot.
Post- Covid World Work Culture
Employees have adjusted to that kind of normal so the way employers and employees interact with each other has taken a shift with this new culture. But now that the pandemic recedes, executives can’t expect office life to be as it was. Leaders had to consider which culture changes they would need to retain and which they must counteract. How can they create a new work world that will keep employees happy and productive?
Wellbeing is the key to keeping employees motivated
Change can be stressful or scary to deal with. It might feel like as soon as you get used to one thing, things change again. So it is common for a lot of employees to feel uneasy about returning to work after a long time of working at home. This uneasiness can cause the employees to feel unmotivated at work. If they are finding it hard to cope with change or feeling out of control and overwhelmed, these may have numerous effects on the well-being of the employees. - Nicole Yeates