As the impact of the pandemic continues to be felt, employee stress and burnout are becoming a significant and growing concern. Many of us were abruptly transitioned to remote work where we scurried to set up “home offices,” get our kids situated in new homeschool environments, navigate business calls with dogs barking in the background, and, in many ways, have had to rethink how and when to do our jobs. And our essential workers have had to endure working in tumultuous environments, where health and safety concerns are also met with uncertainties at home. It's easy to see why employees’ mental health is being challenged. So, what should organizations DO to help reduce stress and prevent burnout during these times? How can we be proactive in taking additional steps to address employee well-being and keep employees healthy, motivated, and engaged as the impact of the pandemic continues to be felt.
Join us for a dynamic discussion with HR leaders from organizations across the globe as we explore strategies and best practices that organizations are using to help their employees cope and thrive during this crisis.
"Mitigating Long Term Implications of the Pandemic on Your Employees: Strategies to Reduce Stress and Burnout" - Thursday, August 27th, at 8:00a.m. PDT
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