Duty of care for the WFH employeeDownload Now!
Even when the pandemic threat dissipates, employees are likely to demand a work-from-home (WFH) option, or at least the availability of a hybrid approach. Thus, it is important for leaders and decision-makers to take the long view, and to develop mature strategies for the WFH workforce that will hold up over time.
All employers owe a Duty of Care to their employees, regardless of where they work. That duty extends to mental injuries, including work-related stress. Finding a balance between employee wellness and productivity is critical to sustaining a work-from-home workforce.
Download this white paper to learn:
- The employer’s Duty of Care for physical and emotional health
- Mental health impacts of WFH and recognizing an employee in distress
- A holistic approach to wellness and productivity