As employees continually adjust to the pandemic and post-pandemic workplace, additional perks and discounts can go a long way to boost morale.
There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on employers and employees alike. Working through the daily stress, adapting to the new normal, and being constantly worried about contracting the virus have left people feeling tired, burned out, and on edge. This has colossal impact and repercussions for employee motivation and company culture.
Of course, keeping workers safe is paramount. As we look to the future, the post-pandemic workplace is expected to evolve into a hybrid model that gives employees greater flexibility while also keeping their safety top of mind.
The hybrid workplace environment combines aspects of working from home/remote working and in-office working. As opposed to having employees all working remotely or all working in the office, the hybrid working model is a blend of both. Employers may have some employees regularly in the office while others work remotely. Employees will be expected to adapt, adjust, and get comfortable with a new way of working.
Additional perks to boost morale and productivity
In constantly-changing times like these, employees appreciate extra care and concern from their employers. Offering additional perks can go a long way to re-energize employees, raise their spirits, and boost their commitment.
Venngo makes this easy for employers to do through a range of perk programs — whether for a large enterprise or a growing business. As a leading provider of private group discount programs in North America, Venngo offers exclusive discounts with big savings and preferred pricing from over 350,000 U.S. and Canadian merchants. Its mission is to help employees save money anytime, anywhere.
The perks can be taken anywhere with the flexible and convenient Venngo app, which works well with employees on the go. With plenty of program options and a wide variety of discounts, there’s something for everyone.
Venngo clients include some of Canada’s top employers, such as the University of Toronto, the Hospital for Sick Children, Purolator, Honda, FedEx, CIBC, and PwC.