With news of a second lockdown only now sinking in, it’s likely that employees are struggling more than ever to keep their thoughts on working life. The threat to health and wellbeing from the coronavirus pandemic is a major cause of concern to the workforce, whilst the prospect of an indefinite return to a completely remote operation may well add more anxiety into the mix.
However, the looming lockdown isn’t only a threat to worker wellbeing; it looks set to also add more pressure to businesses that are likely already struggling under the economic ramifications of the virus and the change in customer behaviours. As such, keeping workers as engaged as possible is now more important than ever before.
So how can you ensure that your people are going to remain engaged?