The link between wellbeing and productivity has never been clearer than in the last 18 months. Employee burnout and chronic stress affects employee satisfaction and organisational performance.
With technology increasingly blurring the lines between our personal and professional lives, employers need to establish guidelines, give employees space and allow flexibility in their working hours. In order for businesses to succeed, leaders need to focus on being empathetic and adopt wellbeing initiatives that provide physical, mental, financial and psychological safety to its employees.
Join this conversation to understand how to support your employees’ wellbeing going into 2022 and build an engaged and efficient workforce.
Head HR, Fidelity International
Head of Enterprise Growth, India, Workplace from Meta
Dedeepya Ajith John
Director - South & Advisory Services, APAC & India SHRM India