Employee Engagement COVID-19

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Employee Engagement COVID-19

While enormous advancements in product and service offerings have occurred, as well as considerable changes in purpose and direction, no part of business has evolved more profoundly and quickly than Employee Experience. The COVID-19 pandemic has been one of the most impactful catalysts for organisational change and digital transformation in businesses

Organisations were found to be lacking in the required tools, processes, and training to avoid a negative impact on employee engagement, productivity, and satisfaction as a result of the requirement to quickly embrace a remote working paradigm. As we prepare to return to work (in some form or another), many companies are grappling with core policy issues when defining their flexible working policies.  


Remote working has become increasingly popular among the higher-paid and better-educated. While only 5% of staff worked mostly from home in 2019, that number climbed to nearly 50% during the first and third lockdowns. For millions of citizens able to work from home, a hybrid working week – part-home, part-office – is already underway.  

The absence of a hectic and stressful daily commute has certainly not been mourned. However, as a short-term novelty has turned into the new normal, there has been evidence of a sense of social alienation, burnout and falling morale. 


HealthBoxHR has tools to take the hassle out of these difficult changes and supports your adaption. We understand the importance of employees as individuals, and our tools make it easy for employers to keep track of how their employees physical and mental wellbeing and integrate working back into the office.  

Our ClearPass tool and Vaccination Tracker, track employee’s symptoms and vaccinations. It offers clear visibility of who is not feeling well and therefore should not be allowed intworkspaces, and those who have been vaccinated or feel well enough to return to work. 


HealthBoxHR also offers a Mental Health tool to keep track of your employee’s mental well-being during this turbulent time. 

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