Supporting mental health
The impact of COVID-19 pandemic has meant working professionals and jobseekers have had to adapt to colossal workplace changes to maintain social distancing. Adapting to ‘the new normal’ has left many of us vulnerable to the effects of isolation, on top of any financial pressures, health scares or employment uncertainty we may be feeling due to the crisis.
In the Robert Walters Mental Health and the Remote Workplace series, we explore how employers and line managers can prioritise the mental health of their remote workforce, from implementing a digital wellbeing programme, right through to communicating at team-level.
Mental Health and the Remote Workplace: download the e-guide
How can be prioritise the wellbeing of remote workers?
With the help of experts in workplace mental health, Robert Walters have devised a guide to support HR leaders implementing accessible wellbeing strategies for remote workers, line managers supporting remote teams, and individuals seeking self-care strategies to sustain positive mental health during times of rapid change or crisis.
Mental Health and the Remote Workplace Webinar
While growing your team remotely may be a new concept for many organisations, both hiring and onboarding can be done with the right technologies and organisation in place.
Leading businesses shared their experiences of creating and implementing remote onboarding programmes that keep new employees engaged.