You take two million breaths inside your office. That is, in a ‘typical year’, as pointed out by Harvard Business Review. Also, noting that 2021 is as far from a typical year as it can be. Being an important year, in which work-life will once
In a world where work and life have merged their boundaries, taking care of mental health is much more crucial than ever. The workforce today is stressed; stressed with the change in work hours, modes of operations, fear of the disease and the Covid19-led uncertainty.
The Covid-19 pandemic brought in unforeseen changes in our everyday life. While the social and physical scenarios around us underwent a major transformation, the fear of Covid-19 continues to linger around. This has led to the need to rethink; we need to re-evaluate our spaces
It isn’t just the need of the hour. It is what the future demands. And it most definitely isn’t a temporary fad. It is time-tested and future-proof. Wellness is much more than a practice. It will have to be a culture. For most people, the
The world as we know today is facing an invisible enemy, and this has incited a criterion shift towards what was gravely disregarded in the workplace of the pre-COVID era – the health and well-being of the individual. The Global Wellness Institute (GWI) defines wellness