Everyone is speculating & reimagining the post-COVID World. Experts say that we all need to set a trend for a new human being in the post-COVID World. Still, others are mapping business scenarios for a New World Order. This post is about something that has been playing on my mind for a very long time.
- What will the corporate world look like after COVID – 19?
- How will the Corona Virus change the world?
- How Covid-19 could radically alter urban life
- What will happen after the lockdown lifts in India?
In my opinion, the world will be divided on the basis of health, immunity and life expectancy of a person.
People will be divided into high risk, medium risk, low risk and healthy & fit. This will be the primary criteria for hiring & retaining personnel on the company’s role.
Post-COVID19, just as there is a CIBIL Score, now citizens would have a health score that will be prominently displayed on professional platforms like LinkedIn, Fiverr, Naukri.com among others.
- Companies would hire & distribute packages accordingly
- Increments will be based on life expectancy, health and immunity
- Perks would be distributed based on a calculation of how long a person can serve a company
All this might sound absurd but Post COVID19 any business owner would be more concerned about how long the most priced employee will live to serve and bring profits.
It is therefore very critical that individuals focus on building their immunity and health. Eat healthy food, exercise regularly and stay fit. That is the only way a person will be able to remain and excel in the corporate world and in life.
What are your views on this? Would love to read what you think.
Dear Reader: You must know that I am not a healthcare expert and nor am I posing to be one through this series. I am sharing my personal experiences and journey. I urge you to speak to your healthcare professional before trying anything in this series.
The content of this blog post contains information pertaining to the author’s own personal experience. It is not a substitute for a qualified medical professional’s advice. Please consult a nutrition specialist or doctor for more information.