Covid Impacts Job Satisfaction, But Not Attrition
Banking Frontiers|December 2021
Praveen Menon, Chief People Officer at IndiaFirst Life Insurance Company updates about changing employee expectations & job satisfaction scenario at his organization
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Praveen Menon says that in his experience, job satisfaction levels during the covid era had relatively gone down as compared to that of pre-covid time

Ravi Lalwani: Has job satisfaction among employees increased or decreased during covid times?

Praveen Menon: Work From Home (WFH) has resulted in stretched working hours combined with other issues like household chores, distractions and digital stress. These have impacted the mental wellbeing of many. Social de-stressing had not been possible till now. Our experience suggests that job satisfaction levels during the covid era had relatively gone down as compared to that of precovid time.

Is the trend the same for younger, middle age and older employees? Is it the same for men and women?

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