The coronavirus pandemic has been an unexpected and unprecedented test of companies’ mental health and wellbeing strategies. Initiatives designed with the traditional workplace in mind have been tested by a workforce in isolation, while for many employees the crisis has been a source of concern and anxiety the likes of which they have never known.
To discuss the lessons learned, EG deputy editor Tim Burke is joined by
- Andrew Heath-Richardson, co-head of development for Europe, Hudson Advisors
- Henrietta Frater, head of HSE and wellbeing, The Crown Estate
- Ben Channon, head of wellbeing, Assael Architecture