December 5, 2022

Guidelines for businesses and employers in defining a positive workplace culture


The way people manage their work and personal lives has changed significantly as a result of the rapid advancements in technology, both economically and socially. Now, internal factors are more important to organisations and their employees than external ones. The pandemic has been harsh on everyone and has miserably interfered with people’s wellbeing, but as the impact of the pandemic started to fade, both employees and their employers began putting a greater emphasis than ever on mental wellbeing.

Today’s employees have high expectations of their employers in terms of work-life balance, flexibility, and mental health. Therefore, businesses must lay a foundation that fosters compassion, empathy, trust, and respect.

Ranjith Menon, Senior Vice President – Global Human Resources at HGS suggested various initiatives on holistic planning for employees covering their physical, mental, financial and emotional wellbeing. Organisations need to find ways to meet the growing need for empathy toward their employees. The pandemic has brought forward many ways of working with remote and hybrid setups. Flexible work models can largely contribute to creating a holistic work culture. Initiate wellness leaves and flexible work policies to create a better work environment that accommodates the mental well-being of employees.

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