When the pandemic hit, pushing many of us into remote working, few thought the immediate changes to our daily lives would be so enduring. But months on it’s become clear we’re facing a marathon here – not a sprint.
Employers are being asked to rethink how they support their people in a dispersed world of work. With employees either in the office, working from home, or in front-line roles, the task has fallen to HR leaders to understand a workforce that’s not only more decentralised than ever before but also facing new and unique challenges.
For many teams, there’s one requirement that’s topping the priority list: wellbeing. But how do you track and maintain wellbeing for people living and working in unprecedented ways? The answer is in data. Read Darwin’s blog to find out more!