In conjunction with ‘World Mental Health Day’, MDBC held their ‘Work & Mental Health Balance’ webinar on Thursday, 14 October 2021, where Fahad Naeem, Head of Operations in Malaysia, shares how building a culture of health in the workplace can lead to a stronger talent attraction and retention strategy.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has created trauma and memories that we’ll never forget. It has also raised mental health and wellness as a priority, as a healthy workforce is often linked to better productivity as well as business resiliency and sustainability.
Fahad plugs in key insights from our latest ‘The Future of Work is Remote’ white paper, that outlines the expectations of employees and employers on remote and hybrid work as we prepare for the future of work. However, the design and implementation of hybrid work is not as easy as it sounds.
Business leaders have to learn, unlearn and relearn how to manage their workforce and build trust within their organisations to nurture a culture that breeds innovation.
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