Helping Employees Avoid Loneliness and Isolation

Did you know before the Coronavirus outbreak, 3 in 5 Americans identified as lonely? 

As organizations adapt to working from home for an indefinite amount of time, it's more important than ever to help employees avoid loneliness and isolation while they adjust to a new routine.

Whether it's focusing on mindfulness practices or maintaining active relationships, you can help your employees by keeping their wellbeing top-of-mind.

Read the tip sheet to learn:

  • The benefits of baking physical activity into your daily routine at home.
  • How to leverage technology to maintain active relationships.
  • Daily ideas and activities to share with employees and co-workers.
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