Certain kinds of sickness, like the flu, can become problematic due to their contagious nature, yet many employees feel they should attend office. Mental health-related issues are not considered good enough reasons to stay at home, as they appear invisible or intangible.
With companies striving for maximum productivity, and the gig economy making jobs fleeting and project-based, most workers don’t want to be left behind and are holding tighter to their jobs.
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Many employers show deep distrust and create a toxic, fear-based environment for the workforce by not allowing people to take sick days or not showing support and understanding for those who are suffering from illnesses.
Employees should communicate with the manager as soon as possible, allowing them to plan the day’s work. Being honest is the best policy to avoid any misunderstanding, with lying or exaggerating being the worst mistakes.
A good manager has to be understanding and empathetic, building a bond with the employees through genuine care.
Gaslighting is a covert type of behavior that is adept at undermining other people's self-esteem, confidence, and sense of reality.
Its toxicity flies under the radar due to its being subtle and sneaky in nature.
It can help companies stand out and go beyond with their customer service, garnering them a huge loyal following.
If you want to stand out from the pack, using humour with your service is an effective way to do that.
A great example for this is Wendy's fast food restaurant chain which is famous for it's twitter account full of roasting jokes.
There is a sudden shift towards remote working in workspaces all across the world, with many people abruptly thrust towards it without warning.
Experts share a few tips on how to transition to remote working: