Ratnabali Group (Kolkata, India)
Monday, 9 November @ 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM EST| $15
12:00-13:00 GMT | 17:30-18:30 IST
Doubling Down On Wellbeing – How to Support Cognitive Performance & Employee Well-Being in the New Normal
Like organizations around the world, the finance and investment firm, Ratnabali Group, located in Kolkata, India committed great time and energy to create a robust business continuity plan. Now, as it adapts that plan to thrive in its ‘new normal,’ protecting its most important asset – its people – is top of mind.
Taking the wealth of available research on workplace wellness and employee feedback into account, plus implementing the latest technology and infrastructure, Ratnabali Group has already successfully welcomed 75-80% of its employees back into the office in a model that combines remote and in-office work.
While the world of real estate is only now reversing the densification trend, Ratnabali has always prioritized space and calm. Even in the densest office zones, workstations have always been 6 feet apart. So, as the office shares the intimacy of a home, rich in history, with an elegant aesthetic of serendipity and essential contemporary workplace solutions, it was not surprising that those who recently returned to Ratnabali’s offices were happy and comfortable to do so.
And now, in addition to implementing procedures that abide by national guidelines (regarding sanitization, limited and periodic access to controlled break-out zones etc), Ratnabali places even greater importance on office ergonomics and air quality as part of its ‘return to work’ strategy.
Additionally, in order to achieve better cognitive performance and reduce stress levels (particularly in these unsettling times) Ratnabli has installed a soft armature of green that defines each zone and use phytoremediation to reduce pollutants and improve the level of oxygen in air.
Find out more about Ratnabali’s return to work strategy and hear from workplace leaders, Pankaj Gupta, Swati Hiroo and Sakhi Singhi who will take you through Ratnabali Group’s workspace ethics, and the critical steps they are continuing to take to embrace their ‘new normal’.