While you sip coffee slouching on a bean bag in your living room, your virtual avatar walks up to your colleague to discuss the latest project report. Welcome to the multiverse of work, for work. As Covid-19 disrupted ways we live and work, it has permanently altered reality and expectations. Most of us do not want to go back to the pre-pandemic normal.
The latest Gallup report “State of the Global Workplace: 2022” reports workplace stress to be at an all time high. This is voice of the employees – worldwide. And the statistics are alarming by all standards.
Workplace stress globally has hit an all-time high. The annual report from Gallup on the state of the global workforce for 2022 has been published. The findings are a cause of worry for employers who are looking to stem the flow of resignations.
Work from home challenges for working moms – well there are many. We list down the 10 most common challenges for working moms. We all need to pitch in with our best support for all the superwomen. As family, friends, employers and colleagues, we need to be mindful of the multiple roles working mothers have to play to perfection.
Employee engagement is vitally important for the success of any organization. Happy, engaged employees lead to improved organizational performance, productivity, and innovation. However, when employees are disengaged, it can be costly for companies. Organizations need to recognize the signs of low employee engagement to combat the negative effects.
Social anxiety at work can take many different forms. It might mean feeling anxious and uncomfortable in social situations with co-workers, or feeling like you can’t speak up in meetings. It might mean feeling self-conscious and embarrassed about your job performance, or worrying that people are talking about you behind your back.
Our many worlds (family, friends, work) do not exist in silos. They intersect, interact and influence. Unlike the popular multiverse theory, we as individuals move from one world to another everyday. As we move from one to another, we carry along our emotions too – happiness, worries, stress.
I believe a monotonous work environment is the biggest threat to employee happiness and well-being. A Korn Ferry poll of “nearly 5,000 professionals claims that the top reason people look for a new job is boredom”. Here is a simple guide to help you.
The findings of a study by Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom are likely to give working from home (WFH) a good name. Widespread flexible work arrangements could add $1.5 trillion to the American economy, he and two co-authors found.
Happy employees are productive employees. It’s an age-old adage, but one that still rings true. And yet, it can be tough to keep your team satisfied day in and day out. That’s where engagement comes in.