Why detachment defines WFH life
8 Feb 2021
Why detachment defines WFH life

While COVID-19 has strengthened the case for employers to offer remote working – turning what was long seen as a perk into a new norm – there’s a risk that it could forever blur the lines between professional and personal worlds. So, how can brands and companies help to restore work-life balance?

Leslie Forde

Leslie Forde is a researcher, consultant, and founder of Mom’s Hierarchy of Needs, which focuses on the wellbeing of mothers. She developed a pyramid framework to describe mothers’ hierarchy of needs, influenced by Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. She is also the founder of Allies at Work, a consulting firm that helps businesses retain working parents.

Craig Fearn

Craig Fearn is a certified counselor, consultant, and wellbeing coach. His consulting company, Business Mental Wellbeing, focuses on helping businesses assess their wellbeing strategies and create effective mental health resources in order to build a strong company culture.

Genelle Levy

Genelle Levy is a writer and journalist who covers art, culture, and social issues. Her work has appeared in USA Today, Global News, and The Canadian Media Guild.