When it comes to rewards, some of my favorites involve bringing people together to celebrate. Rewards like office lunches and team outings are great for deepening relationships. Unfortunately, these rewards are impossible due to the pandemic while we socially distance ourselves and work remotely.
For many working remotely for the first time, the line between work life and home life is blurry. A recent study conducted by Qualtrics found that 44.4% of those now working from home say their mental health has declined. There is no better time than now to invest in the health of your people.
Here are remote-friendly ideas that focus on the well-being of your people.
Several mobile apps can help people unplug and focus on their mental health. These three would make for a great reward:
Virtual gyms/workout accessories
Remote work can impact not only mental health but also physical health. Employees mustn’t be compromising their physical health for their jobs. You can promote physical health with interactive home gyms like Mirror. It’s pricey at $1,495 and is likely out of your budget. For more affordable options, you might want to consider workout accessories like:
Proper nutrition is vital for maintaining good health. Promote healthy eating with subscription food services.
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