Creating Psychological Safety for Employees in a Crisis
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If company executives were not talking about mental health prior to 2020, the past year has given them several chances to understand the importance of well-being both in and out of work.
HR teams have sought a number of ways to address employees' mental health needs, such as offering access to telehealth-based solutions and implementing cultural changes that support well-being. Not all employers will be able to follow the same playbook, however, particularly those with fewer HR resources such as small businesses.
Those obstacles have not stopped firms like Bethesda, Maryland-based Acquired Data Solutions, an engineering services company with fewer than 30 employees. Its CEO, Steve Seiden, sat down with HR Dive to talk about the approach the company took to establish psychological safety at work amid the pandemic.
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