Prioritizing Mental Health When Working From Home

Indeed, COVID-19 has greatly affected the mental health of workers everywhere, including employers and managers. Bupa Global’s study on the wellbeing of executives shows that 78% of business leaders suffered from poor mental health during the pandemic, with 31% having difficulty talking about it and 32% holding off seeking help. These findings reflect the importance for business leaders to prioritize taking care of themselves in order to do the same for their teams. But what exactly can they do to keep their mental wellbeing in-check?

Practice a Healthy Work-Life Balance

Our CEO, Suresh Kumar DN previously emphasized how beneficial it is to set flexible working hours in achieving better work-life balance. This way, employers and employees can alter working habits to fit personal needs, such as those related to family, religion, community, and their own individual needs.

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