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Employee wellbeing shouldn’t take a hit while working remotely

By Ovice | |2 minute read

The modern workforce, in the offset of the pandemic, has caused an immense rise in remote and hybrid working. While processes have certainly changed, employee wellbeing shouldn’t take a hit as a consequence.

In this episode of The HR Leader, Ovice’s chief human resource officer, Megan Reed, delves into the crucial yet often disregarded world of employee wellbeing in remote working models.

Reed outlines just how imperative communication and connection are in upholding healthy work environments, especially in remote and hybrid work settings. The conversation also touches on the duty of care that employers have and how this doesn’t end just because you can’t see your employees. Isolation and loneliness can occur as a result of these working models, which can be mitigated through effective communication and connection.

The challenges and opportunities presented by remote and hybrid work models are ever-present. However, companies like oVice are innovating to meet these demands. As the workforce continues to evolve, the lessons shared in this discussion can assist leaders seeking to navigate the complexities of managing wellbeing and fostering a positive company culture in a remote-first world.



An employee is a person who has signed a contract with a company to provide services in exchange for pay or benefits. Employees vary from other employees like contractors in that their employer has the legal authority to set their working conditions, hours, and working practises.

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