3 Risks of Remote Working and How to Avoid Them
August 29 2018Read more
With 2020 now behind us and the news of vaccinations being rolled out across the UK and Ireland, there are plenty of reasons to remain optimistic in 2021.
But before we start to return to ‘normal life’, at the time of writing, lockdowns, restrictions and social distancing remain ever-present in our daily lives.
While lockdown restrictions are less alien to us all due to the guidelines put in place last year, the combination of the colder, darker winter months and restrictions could impact an individual’s mental health and general wellbeing more severely than in previous lockdowns.
To help support you and your people, we have put together a list of our top tips on how to continue to support your people’s mental health and wellbeing during these challenging times...
Remember, whether your team members have worked throughout lockdown or have been furloughed during this time, some may likely experience lasting mental health effects from the pandemic. Some may have experienced ill-health, friends and family members in distress or even a bereavement.
When life starts to appear more ‘normal’ and workplaces start to operate as they did before COVID, considerations should be made regarding the way people return to work. Even a simple approach such as a staggered return, where individuals are gradually phased back into the workplace over several weeks can be beneficial for your people’s mental wellbeing.
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