In this exclusive interaction with People Matters, Chaitali Mukherjee, Partner with the Management Consulting division of PwC India shares her views on how the world of work has changed since COVID-19 and what the new workplace would look like.
With Pride Month 2020 coming to a close, let’s take a look at how Pride was celebrated across organizations, the discrepancies in experience and perception of LGBTQ+ employee benefits across the spectrum, and explore what holds us back from achieving equity.
While regularization of businesses has started, given the magnitude of the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had, it is bound to redefine the workplace norms across industries even after the risk of infection fades. So, what will our new ‘normal’ workplace be like?
Often small businesses driven by entrepreneurs with the smaller workforce have been more effective in announcing layoffs. The promoters show genuine grief, compassion, and empathy as they typically share a closer bond with every employee as compared to CEOs of larger firms.
Organizations that once debated the option of work from home (WFH) were compelled into making this a priority. Keeping your employees happy amid COVID-19 is essential to continue growth for your business and get results, even when companies are struggling.