Infographic: The Roadmap to Recovery
The impact on the nation’s mental and physical health has been profound and the full extent of how long it will take to recover is still unclear. What is clear, however, is that where, when and how we work has been disrupted and is likely to be permanently altered due to the impact of Covid-19.
The nation’s road to recovery, both social and economic, begins in the workplace, which makes the roadmap to reopening so important for businesses. The expectations and pressures on HR teams to think about employees’ mental and physical wellbeing will be intense throughout 2021 and beyond.
That’s why, using findings from our Coping after Covid study, we have been able to map out key areas of focus for HR leaders when looking at their return to office or workplace reopening plans.
The safe reopening of workplaces is of course the top priority – but this is only the beginning. There are four key areas of wellbeing to consider when plotting out the Roadmap to Recovery:
- Employee mental and physical wellbeing
- The business impact of improving wellbeing
- The wellbeing solution for HR teams and businesses
- The business result of building an effective wellbeing programme