For the majority of employees, living through a pandemic is a form of trauma. Consequently, we need to approach reintegration with care and compassion if we are able to improve the wellbeing of our workforce. How we do this will have a significant impact on people for some time to come.
According to a survey released by Gallup, the mental health in the U.S. is at the lowest point than at any time in the previous 20 years.
Data shows that choice is key to higher workplace experience scores. More than 6 million data points, gathered during the pandemic, measure employee sentiment across six experience factors. Employees with choice over when and where to work are fairing best.
New Workplace Context: Lifestyle preferences are compounding the war for talent.
Where to go from here? The Workplace Reintegration Model.
- Prevalence of mental wellbeing issues and trauma from the pandemic is impacting significant proportions of our workforce.
- Workplaces and management practices have a unique ability to nurture their employees and support them back to health.
Cushman & Wakefield's Total Workplace delivers business value to clients, helping connect the impact of real estate to other core business goals: talent attraction and retention, space and energy efficiency, employee experience and productivity, wellness and sustainability.