The new normal: Facing the challenges of returning to work
As employees head back to physical offices after social distancing and video calls, trust and communication are essential for organizations looking to ease anxiety about returning to work.
Research from the Limeade Institute confirms how drastically life has changed for office workers. In a survey of 4,553 global employees, only 6% of participants worked from home before the pandemic. Now 39% are working from home. Meanwhile, the percentage of employees who were onsite has dropped from 78% to 37%. With such a dramatic shift in their work environments, it’s no wonder that employees are feeling the stress of making another big transition during still-uncertain times.
Download the report to learn:
The current state of the employee experience
The level of care employees feel at this critical time
Employee sentiment around how companies plan to transition into the workplace
The Limeade Institute discusses the utility of including well-being in the flow of work and describes what needs to be in place for well-being initiatives to be helpful and not disruptive in the flow of work.
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