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Helping Employees Remain Resilient Amid COVID-19

Dec 08, 2020

Key Takeaways

  • COVID-19 is challenging Americans’ resilience.
  • Individuals could face a new wave of mental health challenges.
  • Employers can help employees build up resilience by sharing best practices.

 

At the beginning of COVID-19 many Americans felt fear, anxiety, distress, irritability and even anger, but adapted to the feelings brought on by the pandemic. Many felt that while the situation was challenging, they felt they had the resources to adequately cope; so, they did.

As the pandemic progresses, the economy continues to struggle to retain its footing, and with significant civil unrest due to racial inequity, mental health professionals question how long people’s resilience will last. They’re also concerned about what could happen once people hit a wall in their resistance and are unable to function in the productive way they’re used to, which can lead to depression and anxiety.

 

 

This white paper provides employers with insights into how the pandemic could impact their employees’ mental health and how they can help them replenish their resilience.

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