Hi Everyone,
I am planning to do some employee engagement activities, as all our members are working from home. They should not get bored at home while working. Also, we are planning to do something for Employees' family members who are helping or who are working for us during these sensitive days. Like, Police, Nurses, Doctors, Cleaners, Govt officers, etc. Please suggest what we can do for them.
Second thing is- Once the office gets to start after Lockdown, what kind of precautions we can take for Employee's safety.

From India, Mumbai
Hr Executive


Dear HR work force, We have done this amazing song collab for people engagement with some Women IIM alumnis(link given below).Everyone was at different place, and most of them were non-singers, full of enjoyment and integrity. Just have a look at the final video and you can also plan something for your employees and make them realize the power of music. And obviously everyone of us are bathroom singers!!

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From India, Mumbai

In this pandemic situation, it is important to engage your employees. It's our duty to provide the best employee engagement services to our employees so that our employees should be happy and motivated. There are various strategies to engage your employees such as recognize their hard work, provide flexibility to remote employees, encourage them for knowledge sharing. We need to take precautions while rejoining the office after lockdown. We have to take care that no one can do a handshake and touching any surfaces. Don't share food with anyone or eat outside food.

From India, Gurgaon

Hi All,
Now as the lockdown is turning into the unlock phase is imperative to take all the precautions for the employees. This will keep the employees motivated to get back to work once they are aware that the organisation is taking due care for their own safety. As this pandemic situation is yet to stay for some more time, employees safety will ensure effective and efficient working from the employees.

From India, Chennai
the most crucial part for all the organizations worldwide is to focus on their employees’ well-being, as well as to keep them engaged and motivated while continuing to work remotely. Due to the spread of the pandemic, there has been a dynamic shift in working patterns, in India and across the globe. The workplace, for most people if not all, has changed from corporate offices to their homes. Even with things returning to ‘normal’ in some parts of the world, work-from-home (WFH) seems to be the new norm. Giants in major sectors have announced WFH until further notice and many companies are considering moving a part of their employee base to a permanent WFH model.

With this novel concept of ‘long-term WFH’ coming into the picture, the erstwhile model, which was all about physical presence in office and face-to-face communication, is being challenged. Leaders are summoned to reimagine work in a way that can fit into people’s lives seamlessly, without hampering their well-being and productivity. On the other hand, measures of performance and rewards are also undergoing a shift. Adapting to these changes will require efforts from both the employees’ and the employers’ side...

From India, Bengaluru

HR team are facing a tough time in connecting with the employees working remotely. Current situation has not given any choice to the employees other than attending virtual or remote meetings to keep themselves connected to their organization.
HR departments are conducting online engagement programs with an intent to make them stay business engaged is a good idea. HR teams should keep a validated record but also need to document and take the actions on the proceedings. With that said, they not just have to keep a track of the employee activity, but also need to share the minute of meetings with the employee. I have recently started using a meeting assistant, Marsview Notes that helps me to stay on top of employee’s update, recruitment actions, managing team’s conversation, centralized notes, and more – in one place. It’s a free tool that can collaborate with your meetings. You can try it here: (

From India, Chennai

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