Work culture is most influenced by communication, effective channels to give feedback and find redressal for grievances. It also benefits from a culture where future career planning is encouraged and employees are supported in achieving their life goals: both personal and professional.
Author - Simin Askari
is working as Corporate Head HR & Business Excellence (Sr. Vice President) for the rapidly growing conglomerate, the DS Group. During the span of her career, Simin has been responsible for creating and managing Global HR policies, innovative approaches in development and performance management and implementing several employee welfare and reward and recognition schemes.
Driving positive mental health should be the responsibility of every manager in a company, not just the HR department. This includes initiatives like offering additional consultation and managerial support to those who need it and regularly reaching out to employees to boost their morale.