With 2020’s global pandemic, workplace wellness saw many challenges. Companies and organisations had to move and adapt quickly to form a remote support network and wellness adapted to an online format to support staff’s overall mental health and wellbeing.
The WFH (Working from Home) lifestyle has very much taken a hold on many of us here in Ireland for the past 11 months and having such easy access to a fridge and a cupboard full of treats not only affects your waistline, but ‘constant snacking’ can also increase your risk of tooth decay.
Remote working has adapted very quickly since the start of this global pandemic. Culturally in a more traditional time, many people would have gone to the workplace and left the human being outside on the doorstep. They would have brought that work component and left family and social elements outside. Remote working has given us the opportunity to see people in their raw environments.
Throughout this global pandemic, I personally have used my downtime as a perfect time to look and examine how I think and really feel. Life was so fast paced Pre-Covid19 and it is important to look and reflect at the things that make us happy and more importantly the things that get in the way of that happiness.