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Employee mental health has never been more important. We will bring you new resources as they become available to help you support your workers, their families and your own self-care.
of employees feel burnt out, drained, or exhausted from their work.
Nearly 1 in 4 (23%) employees report feeling down, depressed, or hopeless often.
Over 1 in 3 employees (37%) reported having done nothing to cope with these feelings and only (7%) have reached out to a mental health professional.
Source: SHRM, COVID-19 Research: Impact of the Pandemic on Mental Health, 2020.
7 Tips to Reduce Employee Fears Around COVID-19
Prioritize Workplace Mental Health
With social distancing and shelter-in-place guidance, employees’ mental well-being can suffer both in the short and long term. May is mental health month and this year it’s more important than ever to prioritize your employees’ mental health and help them adjust to the “new normal.” Learn how to reassure employees who are worried about the coronavirus.