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2020 has no doubt been a challenging year for organisations across the globe. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused disruptions and created obstacles for businesses across all sectors and without question, impacted employee wellbeing.
As we slowly approach the ‘new normal’ with organisations across the UK and Ireland opening their doors again - albeit virtually in some cases - a question on many employers minds has been left unanswered...
According to findings from McKinsey & Company, the COVID-19 pandemic has been 3.5 times more costly to happiness in Europe than the continent’s GDP losses.
With this in mind, the 21st September marks the welcome return of the International Week of Happiness at Work 2020 - the annual wellbeing campaign that encourages employers to focus their attention on the happiness of their team members.
Whether your employees are starting to return to work, remain furloughed or have been working throughout the pandemic, the wellbeing event is the perfect opportunity for you to review your workplace wellbeing strategies and consider your teams’ happiness and morale.
Not to mention the benefits that happy employees bring to an organisation’s workplace culture and reputation, businesses who invest in their people’s happiness have experienced...
Encourage your team members to leave work at the door and enjoy a healthy balance of work and personal time. In return, you’ll see a happier, more engaged and loyal workforce. In fact, research by the Corporate Executive Board found that employees with a healthy work-life balance work 21% harder!
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