The lines between work and wellbeing have most definitely blurred these last few weeks and, while pottering around in my Birkenstocks every day is a welcome break from killer heels, I'd be lying if I said I didn't miss putting on the old work persona every now and then. She is currently gathering dust along with my handbags.
What about you? How are you doing?
It's really the only question that matters, and it's probably the only one that ever did.
But of all the UN Sustainable Development Goals, health and wellbeing is taking the biggest hit from this crisis, and the effects of that will reverberate for a long time in unpredictable and complex ways.
So what can we do as businesses and good citizens to prevent a wellbeing crisis in the workplace? And how can we identify and support those already struggling with physical or mental health problems, at a distance?
Here are some of our thoughts about people and how we can look after each other now and into the future.
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