Workplaces can always be more inclusive. In the case of Remote Work and returning to the office, the total well-being (inclusive of Mental Health) must be considered in decision-making. You may be wondering what that means. Here a few areas of your business you’ll want to consider and the potential impacts to the Mental Health of your employees.
Wellness Society "Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook"
This comprehensive COVID Anxiety Workbook was published by the Wellness Society and offers a holistic approach to some of the concerns and anxiety you may be facing. Worries, uncertainty, and anxiety are common right now. This Workbook helps describe the different anxiety triggers you may be feeling and also offers some techniques and solutions.
Let's Get To Business: Guidelines and Considerations for Remote Work and Returning to the Workplace
With so many considerations around COVID-19 and the amount of quick decisions we’ve had to make, it’s no wonder we’re feeling a bit stressed these days. If your business was considered Essential, you have been open the entire time during the Pandemic. If not, you may have staggered the number of staff entering and working in the building at one time, closed completely for a period of time, reduced hours, reduced staff, offered a limited availability of products/services, or maybe you’re fully-remote now and for the foreseeable future. Some organizations have gone fully remote forever! Imagine that! Unfortunately, we know that some businesses had to close their doors for good as well and we are grateful that they were able to be a part of our Communities for the time they were.