While we've all adjusted to living in this new normal, there is still a strong feeling of anxiety and uncertainty. From practicing social distancing to adjusting to indefinite remote work, both employers and employees have had to change their everyday lives drastically.
According to Namely’s recent survey, HR professionals’ current top concern is employee morale. And many companies are now wondering: Are you struggling to keep your employees' spirits up during this difficult time?
We teamed up with the employee morale experts at Blueboard to cover the top 10 productive ways to boost employee morale during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Chief People Officer, Namely
Amy Roy has over 20 years of experience in the HR technology space. Her passion for improving the employee experience led her to her current role, Chief People Officer at Namely. In addition to Human Resources, Amy has also held leadership roles in Sales, Marketing, and Process Improvement. She is a six sigma blackbelt and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Rutgers University. Amy is based out of Namely’s New York City office. You can find her on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/amyroy-nj/
Head of People, Blueboard
As the Head of People at Blueboard, Shannon Ferguson delights in ensuring the Blueboard employee experience is outstanding. She is passionate about cultivating healthy, thriving cultures and believes in creating opportunities for development across the organization. Prior to Blueboard, Shannon spent several years in startups like Kickstarter establishing HR practices, growing incredible teams, and coaching leaders. Bringing her training in both social work and engineering to her role, Shannon loves creative problem-solving and is always looking for ways to help others. You can find her on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/theshanferg/.
Chris believes in the power of design to do good things for other people and his work is devoted to changing the way we think about and shape the built environment. He is a frequent speaker and presenter at events across the country, leading active workshops teaching the power and influence of design. An award-winning interior design, and artist, Chris has worked with IDEO as a build partner for the Teachers Guild, Michelle Obama's Better Make Room Campaign, and with the Unreasonable Group's Project literacy lab; a business accelerator geared towards high-growth global entrepreneurs seeking to ensure universal literacy.
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