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Hybrid working: wellbeing and inclusion
Hybrid working: wellbeing and inclusion

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5 Social wellbeing at work

Employee social wellbeing has become more widely acknowledged over the past year as many workplaces have had to do a virtual pivot. Not only have more and more employees been working from home or remotely, but there has also been a heightened sense of job uncertainty, so it’s more important than ever for businesses to focus on improving the social wellbeing of their team, so individuals are satisfied socially and feel as though they belong.

(People Value, 2022)

The foundation of social connection is communication, so let’s begin by exploring how communication – and miscommunication – can affect social wellbeing at work.