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The global pandemic that is COVID-19 has left employees feeling vulnerable, stressed out, and anxious in their daily lives. Prudential Africa recognises that without good mental wellness, a workforce can crumble under daily pressures and stress. We have embarked on a campaign that focuses on workplace mental wellness as a crucial factor in Africa’s recovery from COVID-19 as well as an essential factor in employee happiness.
The emotional wellbeing solutions setup for employees aim to build awareness around mental health, opening up the conversation around it, as well as employing practical functions such as flexi-hours and access to off-site councilors. Prudential cares for its employees and will be actively engaging staff and customers in our new mental health options and solutions. Start now with our four identified keys to taking back control of your mental wellness:
The global economy has been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic. In Africa, it has led to both significant contractions of national economies, and more people living in poverty. The journey to recovery will be dependent on the resilience and productivity of the workforce, a workforce affected by daily pressures and stress on their mental wellness.
The Stress and pressures associated with living and working in today’s world are immense. Workplace mental wellness has never been as crucial as it is now. Prudential has taken active steps to address this. Learn more with Arjun Mallik and Tetteh Ayitevie in our featured interviews.
Tetteh Ayitevie, Chief Strategy Officer of Prudential Ghana discusses Prudential’s Emotional Wellness Policy in the time of COVID-19. Ayitevie talks about the action that has been taken to improve staff’s mental wellbeing by providing access to help, flexi-hours, as well as spending more time with family.
To celebrate the recent International Women’s Day, Grace Adjei-Ford, Head of HR Prudential Ghana, shares her insights as a woman in power. Adjei-Ford explains that “Inspiration, motivation and mental wellness are crucial to good work practice and society at large”.
Identifying tools and programmes to assist employee wellness allows staff to give of their best on a daily basis. If employers ensure they take care of their staff, the wider community is also strengthened. Where should the focus lie and how do we start this process?