Maintaining connection and engagement with a remote workforce requires more than just at-home gear and VPNs. Companies need to support their staff as they navigate video-meeting fatigue and new family challenges around daycare, remote learning, mental health, and more.
In this episode of the Workday Podcast, Amy Gannaway, vice president of global compensation, benefits, and HRIS at VMware explains how her organization is driving growth despite the shift to a 100% remote workforce. She also shares why it’s important to take a holistic approach in helping employees adapt and thrive amid the challenges that come with pandemic living.
Here are some highlights Amy shared during our conversation, edited for clarity. You can find our other Workday podcasts here.
“I think employee engagement is directly correlated with well-being, so that has been front and center for us. Expanding our well-being programs has been on our roadmap globally for several years, but we’re looking to make some significant progress and changes with enhancements coming in 2021. In particular, mental health is top of the list, so we’re looking at new programs to support employees and their families. We’re also looking at well-being from a holistic perspective and have pivoted
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