Time to strengthen the cultural fabric & capabilities of resilience

Time to strengthen the cultural fabric & capabilities of resilience
Remote working has opened opportunities for talent that has not been focused so far - Persons with Disability. Organisations can look at including PWDs in their workforce by offering them suitable roles and creating enabling policies.

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

SC As you recover from a crisis, key point to reflect on is ‘what have we learnt from this crisis?’

In my view, here is some of the learning:

  • The COVID pandemic is here to stay for some time now. It is not going to die down in next few months. Hence, organisations will have to live with the associated health challenges and yet reboot their businesses.
  • There is good scope to rethink on how work is done. Now, most of the work (except manufacturing etc.) can be done from anywhere. The notion that employee should be physically present in the office/point of activity is proved wrong in last six months.
  • ‘Working from home’ has yielded significant benefits for both – the employer and employees. For employees, it means...

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Salil Chinchore

is the Chief Human Resources Officer in Elasticrun. With over 26 years of rich and diverse experience in Human Resources Function as well as in General Management with reputed organizations, he has been Consistently rated high and rewarded challenging assignments throughout the career.

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Salil Chinchore

is the Chief Human Resources Officer in Elasticrun. With over 26 years of rich and diverse experience in Human Resources Function as well as in General Management with reputed organizations, he has been Consistently rated high and rewarded challenging assignments throughout the career.

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