Wellness First: Coping up with remote working

Human capital is the backbone of any successful enterprise. This is even more highlighted during the imposition of community quarantines across the country where the majority of the industries and their workforce shifted from face-to-face to remote working. Their intangible contributions – abilities to provide creativity and innovation – are greatly challenged.

But unlike any other capital expenditures, the workforce does not belong to fixed assets. Unless organizations find effective yet cost-efficient ways to keep them, higher levels of voluntary departures will be observed.

One way to build a competitive advantage for your organization is to improve your corporate wellness. This includes ensuring the health status and well-being of your employees, as well as assessing if they are still in perfect shape to perform tasks that require in-demand skills cultivated through workplace-based training.

Investing in employees’ well-being in return for their expertise and hard work will be worth it for several reasons:

  1. Increased productivity, morale, and motivation