Just when things seemed to be settling down, a second wave of the coronavirus began creating all new havoc across the world, more specifically in the Indian subcontinent.
Vaccines are being doled out in various countries.
Considering the dire situation in India vaccine exports have been banned from the country.
This has affected various low to middle income countries as they are relying on India for vaccine supplies.
While one-third of Americans have been vaccinated till date, India is still a long way off from even a fraction of that number.
While more Americans opt to take the jab, the possibility of a decline in cases seems to be lurking around the corner.
The vaccination drive across India has been halted by the aggressive onset of the second wave and subsequent measures being taken to combat it.
Despite all this a lot of countries across the world have brought the situation under control owing to massive vaccination drives, safety protocol and advanced sanitation measures.
However, the world as we know it has changed forever, and there’s no going back.
The world of work has also seen a massive shift.
The way we work and what constitutes a “normal” workday is no longer the same.
Apart from working from home and other measures, work has assumed a new meaning altogether.
“How to motivate employees” is the primary concern weighing on most employers’ agenda, considering the situation.