Covid 19: Changes occurred in employee’s teamwork-A brief review
Jerin Joseph, Varghese Abraham
The COVID-19 crisis has unfolded with tremendous speed and is affecting labor markets in unprecedented ways. Although employment losses are widespread, they need been substantially larger in lower-paying occupations and industries. Individuals from disadvantaged groups, such as younger workers, those with lower levels of education, and women, have suffered with larger increases in job losses and larger decreases in hiring rates. Many employees have been required to take immediate action to change their work styles under the direction of their organization without much preparation. Many workers report greater fear, worry, and psychological stress. The disease has entirely changed the working landscape for millions of employees across the world. Colleagues, which were mostly co-located and often literally within arm’s reach of one another has been forced to disperse across various locations. As vaccines roll out across the globe, businesses are eager to move forward in a post-pandemic world, but business and workers cannot simply return to business as usual as before. This paper is a significant step forward to understand about the changes occurred in employee’s teamwork due to Covid -19.