EMEA March 2021

The Way to Wellness

As employees struggle to cope with the effects of the pandemic, employers should rethink their well-being strategies.

By Marta Chmielowicz

Whether it’s the stress of juggling childcare and work or the pain of loneliness, COVID’s impact has taken a toll on employees’ mental health as well as physical health. Westfield Health’s Coping with COVID study set out to quantify that impact and how it affects the workplace. Results show many disruptions to employee well-being.


Strategies for Success

Paysafe’s virtual employee engagement events improved connection, well-being, and leadership.

By Marta Chmielowicz

When Paysafe was confronted with the reality of the COVID-19 pandemic last March, it faced significant challenges. To overcome these obstacles, Paysafe launched a new global employee engagement initiative: the “Safeguarding Paysafe People” campaign.

Anticipated Workplace Changes

Motivation, support, and evolving work models are on HR’s 2021 agenda.

By The Editors

How has the pandemic changed how employees work and what they want in the coming year? Edenred’s new report Power Up Your People sought to answer those questions. Nearly 2,000 UK workers share the aspects of work that have made a positive impact and expectations for 2021.

COVID-19 Workplace Concerns

Health, safety, and cyber threats are among HR’s biggest challenges.

By The Editors

Change continues in the first few months of 2021. Gallagher’s new report Impact of COVID-19 on UK Businesses examines how the challenges of the global pandemic continue to present concerns for HR as well as opportunities for positive change in the long term.