Employee wellbeing has been a focal point for HR leaders since the coronavirus pandemic hit. As staff continue to work from home, away from their teams and regular day-to-day interaction, the morale and wellbeing of staff has unsurprisingly taken a hit. Recent research by Vision Direct has highlighted this plight, as in its study of 2,000 employees, 41% shared that they now feel more anxious and isolated than ever before, after already spending months at home indoors. Following the news of the three-tier system to curb the spread of the virus, these fears have once again been exasperated as staff worry they will be locked down. With the traditional way of working in the office looking further from reality, employers have started to roll out initiatives to boost wellbeing virtually. One business...
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