Focus will be on business continuity, productivity and managing employee morale

Focus will be on business continuity, productivity and managing employee morale
While building workforce capability has always been mission critical but in the present context it has received an unprecedented attention. Businesses have switched gears from 'business first' to 'people first' realizing that in order to successfully navigate the new normal, it must be ensured that our workforce is reskilled and relevant for the times ahead.

How do you visualize the new normal of work and workplace beyond covid?

CC The outbreak of corona virus worldwide has fundamentally shaken up the business landscape and changed the way we work. A big challenge that seems to be ahead of us in the near future is rethinking work as it embraces a new reality. This means looking at the new normal that the pandemic will define for us and designing ways to respond to it considering the success factors. As the business goes for a reboot mode, almost all the facets will undergo changes at some level or the other but a broad set of trends that, according to me, would constitute the new normal would be:

Rethinking work arrangements: Open offices and collaborative work spaces that once used to be the norm are now being re-examined. While the ‘work from home’ has been adopted as the new arrangement by many companies, it may not be a feasible option for all. Other companies have...

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Chandan Chattaraj

President - Human Resources at (India & Global), Uflex Ltd., Noida

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Chandan Chattaraj

President - Human Resources at (India & Global), Uflex Ltd., Noida

Dec. 2022 Issue

Workplace Frustration

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