News By/Courtesy: Daksh Dave | 05 Jun 2020 20:32pm IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Covid
  • Lifestyle
  • Coronavirus

Covid-19 has created a record-level disruption across several industries, forcing employers to respond at a record-level pace—including implementing remote jobs on the spot, while easing employees' concerns to reduce worry and stress as much as possible. Now, in a few weeks, states will reopen, and many of us will return to an unrecognizable life. Leaving most of us to ask, what's going to be the new normal?

No one can forecast the future, however, we can see patterns, and the sooner you can detect them, the higher the odds are that you can keep a (good) job and protect the future.

As long as there is no vaccine and there is no cure, it will change the way we engage with the physical product and services. Many will reframe from wanting to be touched or touched. Human contact (in large parts of the world) has become one of the most feared gestures in just a few months, not to mention the unthinkable scenario being in a small room with lots of people.

There are now fears as to what post-COVID-19 life will look like that can take on an emotional toll. It can rob our strength and eat away from our imagination and ability to remain creative.

As a consequence, companies should recognize long-term change caused by Covid-19 's expansion and adapt themselves to thrive during this turbulent period, be they extend the product offering or the service, learn new ways to showcase your products, such as virtual, or turn your physical store into an online shop. The time we are in now can remind us of the Second World War, in that sense, many of the inventions that we enjoy today were invented during or directly after the war.

The guiding force can be emergencies, threats, and restrictions.

Six months ago many worried that robots and automation would lose their jobs. We 're not talking about that fear almost overnight, or at least less about it. However, the COVID19 trend to automate human contact can increase and reduce the risk of coronavirus. We will soon see more methods of paying, buying, and selling machinery, without touching, I predict that they will make a serious comeback and sell almost everything you need, including masks and food.

The coronavirus crisis will continue to have many feelings of loneliness, helplessness, and support, especially for those who have lost loved ones, who may not have a job or business to return to.

Besides, many people have been more anxious and burnout due to general uncertainty as to what lies ahead. According to a recent survey published by the Kaiser Family Foundation, almost half of the people living in the United States feel the coronavirus crisis is detrimental to their mental health.

THIS ARTICLE DOES NOT INTEND TO HURT THE SENTIMENTS OF ANY INDIVIDUAL, COMMUNITY, SECT, OR RELIGION ETCETRA. THIS ARTICLE IS BASED PURELY ON THE AUTHOR'S PERSONAL VIEWS AND OPINIONS THE EXERCISE OF THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT GUARANTEED UNDER ARTICLE 19(1)(A) AND OTHER RELATED LAWS BEING FORCE IN INDIA FOR THE TIME BEING.

Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 05 Jun 2020 20:56pm IST


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