It’s not just 2021.
It’s a year reeling from the Covid-19 pandemic that changed the way we live, work, and think. Business leaders and HR managers have had to rethink corporate wellness post 2020.
From questionnaires and physical assessments to live yoga classes, reimbursement packages for WFH furniture and subscriptions to wellness webinars, corporate wellness has come a long way.
Ever since COVID-19 struck, there has been an ideological shift towards wellness. It’s not just a strategic benefit to the company, but it’s the need of the hour.
With mental health gaining much-deserved significance, wellness programs are driven by empathy rather than motive.
Apart from introducing secondary health influences the pandemic has brought about an unprecedented transformation in wellness. It’s the first time when the desire and engagement in healthcare technology has coincided with the consumers’ desire to take up a healthy lifestyle. Corporates have been quick to acknowledge the need and have come up with innovative initiatives to make wellness digitally friendly and inclusive.