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Employees and organisations everywhere are responding to the 2020 global pandemic in some extraordinary ways. Here’s a place to come together and share inspiring stories, new research, and tips that will help all of us face challenges beyond our control with enthusiasm, empathy, and hope.

 

HR unfiltered

 View the crisis management journal of our HR leader, Mindi Cox,
honest and uncensored. You’re sure to relate.

ENTRY 2
I SHARED AND IT HELPED

ENTRY 1
A PANDEMIC AND AN EARTHQUAKE?!

ENTRY 3
TRUST YOUR PEOPLE 

ENTRY 4
FEEDING THE FRONT-LINE
 

Get weekly COVID-19 culture insights


Keep up with the rapidly changing workplace. Find out how employees are feeling about all this disruption in real time. And learn what companies are doing to create positive employee experiences during the pandemic. Check out our COVID-19 Weekly Culture Pulse Surveys.

 


 

 

 

7 SUGGESTIONS FOR APPRECIATING PEOPLE DURING THIS PANDEMIC
 

People may be physically separated. But they’re likely going above and beyond as much or more than ever. Here are some practical ideas for recognising and inspiring them.



 

 

DOING THE RIGHT THING

From supporting employees to creative philanthropy, here are the latest inspiring ways companies are stepping up.

FREE ONLINE CONSULTATIONS


Chinese technology giant, Alibaba, is offering a free online medical consultation service for residents of the Hubei province and Beijing, as well as for overseas Chinese, on its Alipay and Taobao apps.

HAND SANITISER FOR ALL


As part of the Stay Prepared initiative, every Singaporean household is invited to ‘bring your own bottle’ to a collection point to claim up to 500ml of free hand sanitiser, supplied by Tamesk Foundation. CapitaLand has rallied its staff to volunteer at collection points. It’s expected that these volunteers will contribute around 6,000 hours to the cause.

DEDICATED RIDES FOR DEDICATED WORKERS


Grab Singapore has launched GrabCare, a 24/7, fixed fare ride service dedicated to transporting healthcare workers to and from medical facilities.

PROTECTION FOR THE UNDERPRIVILEGED


FrieslandCampina Hong Kong (FCHK) has donated over 10,000 surgical masks and 4,000 hand sanitisers to the underprivileged. FCHK have partnered with Feeding Hong Kong and will utilise their extensive charity network to distribute the protective products to those in need.

A WINDOW FOR SHOPPING FOR THE VULNERABLE


Various grocery chains in Malaysia, including Jaya Grocery and Mydin Malaysia, are opening stores half an hour earlier than usual, exclusively for elderly and disabled customers. The initiative provides a safer, crowd-free shopping environment for some more vulnerable segments of the community.

 

 

REMOTE WORK PRACTICES

Five ways to inoculate your corporate culture against
COVID-19

 

“Now more than ever in these unprecedented times, especially in healthcare, as our employees serve the needs of our customers, we must rise even higher to care for the needs of our staff. Never underestimate the power of appreciation to manage the storm together. ”

 

 

DANA ULLOM-VUCELICH
CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES & ETHICS OFFICER
OHIO LIVING

 

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