As we have seen the pandemic progress, employee wellbeing has become a priority for many employers, but certainly not all.
Companies should now have gained valuable insights into the support their people need and the plans they put in place are now very real differentiators when potential new hires are considering their next career move.
Attracting and retaining talent has never been more crucial, and the companies that are not providing the necessary support run the risk of losing their best and brightest to their competitors that are putting health and wellbeing at the top of their list of priorities.
Dan Osman is a Wellbeing Educator who works with both individuals and organisations to ensure they are equipped to support their staff. Dan and I spoke again, 8 months after our conversation at the height of the first lockdown, and we’ve had plenty of opportunity to reflect and analyse how businesses have coped over the last 10 months, and think about the challenges they face going forward.
We have a transparent conversation that provides answers to a number of questions employers should be asking themselves right now when it comes to looking after their most important asset. Their people.
Why is it crucial that companies not see health and wellbeing as just a ‘pandemic fix’ but a long-term solution?
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