How Edinburgh and Exeter Universities promote staff wellbeing in a hybrid workforce
The world of work has changed irreversibly over the last 18 months. For teaching and support staff in educational institutions, the pandemic has brought about unprecedented challenges that required fast and long-term adaptability. Inevitably, the high-pressure expectation to deliver in new environments had a huge impact on staff wellbeing across the period of the pandemic.
As students and staff start to return to the campus, what does the “new normal” look like, and what does this mean for staff wellbeing?
- Challenges the education sector have faced around remote and hybrid working over the past 18 months.
- What hybrid working looks like moving forward in educational organisations.
- How L&D can support their institutions to deliver a truly hybrid working experience that benefits staff wellbeing.
- How providers like Mind Tools for Business can support L&D leaders in hybrid environments.
- What level of responsibility L&D must take for the wellbeing of employees in the post-pandemic world.
- How we can use digital resources to promote wellbeing in and outside of the workplace.