Here’s how companies can promote a healthy, productive workforce regardless of an employee’s physical location.
Time to read: 3 minutes
By Clark Lagemann
The return to in-person work has employees stressed – in fact, according to a study by AP NORC, nearly 41% say the amount of stress they experience has gotten worse. Hybrid environments seem to be making the transition easier, but burnout and high attrition still remain a problem. Whether the factors contributing to employee stress are from work or home it affects employee productivity, attendance and ultimately their happiness.
To address this issue, workplace wellness programs need to adapt to the hybrid setting and meet employees where they are – but many workplaces find this challenging to do at scale. In an article published by HR.com, Clark Lagemann, CEO of Avidon Health addresses how companies can take a new approach to wellbeing in the hybrid workplace.
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