Friday, 9 April 2021
Mental health was rising up the agenda before most of us had ever heard of the word “coronavirus”, but the pandemic has turbo-charged society’s self-awareness over a delicate issue. Businesses are also quickly realising its significance in the workplace, both for the purpose of employee wellbeing and productivity, as Dan Robinson finds out.
Tuesday evening is social club, employees gather for a tea break on a Wednesday and then there’s the regular stream of open mic, comedy and quiz nights.
Every day, the 270 employees at PPL PRS have a chance to get involved with a different group on Microsoft Teams that keeps conversations flowing virtually while they work from home.
Not only does this continue social interactions and a sense
link source - East Midlands Chamber