Help Alleviate the Anxieties of Employees Working from Home
Remind workers about EAPs and other resources
With untold numbers of employees now working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, employers are being asked to provide emotional support and counseling that can improve employees' mental and emotional health. Guiding workers through difficulties using new technology can also reduce employees' stress levels and help them feel more secure about working remotely for the first time.
"As global economies are pummeled and work routines disrupted, employers need to communicate with employees in a manner that makes them feel supported and cared for," said Henry Albrecht, CEO and founder of Limeade, an employee engagement software company.
He suggested employers take these actions to help alleviate stress and boost productivity from home.
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