The outbreak of COVID-19 has been a source of heightened stress around the world. Fear of community spread, loneliness of social distancing and self-isolation, mental exhaustion of routine disruptions, grief for fallen loved ones, and the uncertainty of the future demand a level of coping skills that most of us were not prepared for.
Now, more than ever organizations are in a unique situation to help employees take good care of their mental and emotional health during this challenging time. Research shows that an individual's employer is the most trusted institution (over media and government) for critical information during this time1.
Join AJ Webb and Gary Smithson, MD in this webinar replay to learn how to help your employees navigate their mental wellbeing and build resilience during coronavirus disruptions.
1Special Report: Trust and the Coronavirus. Edelman. 2020.