PENSION Operators Association of Nigeria (PenOp) has pledged to support companies and personnel in the industry to overcome work challenges.
This was disclosed at the association’s monthly knowledge sharing session held recently.
According to PenOp, the knowledge sharing session is a curated monthly session for C-level executives, human resources and other personnel in the pension industry to dig deeper into topical issues and matters that add value to the audience and the industry in general.
The Chief Executive Officer, Learning Impact Nigeria, Omagbitse Barrow, pointed out the advantages and snags of remote and hybrid working, which he said had become popular in the last 18 months.
Barrow advised organisations to leverage communication systems, institute virtual hangouts session for staff and clients, adding that technology should be used for workflow checks, wellness and mental health check-ins.
He stated that leadership development should be prioritised for satisfactory business outcomes in an ever-changing work environment, adding that organisations needed to build strength in the new volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world.
The Chief Executive Officer of PenOp, Oguche Agudah, explained that health checks were also important in the new work phase.