People-first productivity

Help your people be healthy & happy

The pandemic has extended the employee experience beyond the workplace and altered their preferences and priorities. In response, companies must make sweeping changes to place health and wellbeing first, improve communication and transparency, and act on employee feedback in real-time. A successful hybrid work strategy supports the whole person, at and outside of the organization’s workplaces.

Investment in wellbeing has ROI

employees expect employer to support their wellbeing
workers report they have felt burned out since beginning of the pandemic
productivity gains for engaged employees compared to their peers
Experience anywhere

The new employee experience extends beyond the workplace

A hybrid workplace is people-centric, giving workers the choice to work where it suits them. So how do organizations drive employee experience when work extends beyond the office and traditional hours. This change will require:

  • Seamless experiences and equitable access to resources in and out of the office
  • Opportunities for social interaction and engagement, development, and team-building activities
  • Proactive management of your workplace programs
  • A digital workplace hub focused on wellbeing, productivity, connection and collaboration
Prioritize wellbeing

Happy employees are more engaged & productive

Employee mental health has worsened since the start of the pandemic as stressors have been exasperated, work-from-home has left us feeling more isolated, and the line between work-and-life has blurred. Preferences affected by the pandemic show that employees:

  • Seek a better work-life balance with shorter commutes, and increased flexibility in where, when, and how they work
  • Expect their employer to offer benefits that support healthier physical and mental wellbeing—including physical and digital spaces that create and foster community
  • Want frequent, transparent communication about things that matter to them—including work, environmental, and social justice issues

Employee wellness is now on the roadmap of every company. We need to learn what our employees need, and we need to help them get it.

Managing & communicating change

Thoughtful change management counts

During uncertain times, employees seek additional assurance and transparency from leaders. A robust change management program running parallel to the transformation to hybrid work will help improve successful outcomes. A change management team can:

  • Communicate plans and policies to impacted groups, including employees, vendors, and partners
  • Drive increased buy-in, compliance, and trust in proposed changes, explaining how modifications were the result of employee input
  • Train and activate managers to evangelize changes and to identify when employees or teams may need additional support navigating the changes

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