Mental Health in the Workplace During Times of UncertaintyWe are in a new era of work, and with that comes new challenges. Read what one renowned HR consultant has to say on the importance of caring for your employees' mental health.
Organizations and businesses operate at peak performance when the people who work in them can operate at their peak performance. But with the world and workforce changing every day, it's difficult for everyone to be at their best. While everyone is focusing on physical wellness, people may easily forget about their mental health. Those who didn't have conditions prior to COVID-19 could develop mental illness due to the unique stressors of social distancing, while those with a history of mental illness may need special attention. So, as an employer, what can do you to help?
Tamara Rasberry, HR Consultant at Rasberry Consulting, LLC, breaks down warning signs of different mental illnesses, as well as what HR and leaders can do to help create a safe (virtual) space for all employees.
Access your guide to:
- Preparing and acting during a crisis
- The aftermath of mental health impacts following a global pandemic
- The remote workforce and mental health
- The role of the employer & HR when it comes to an employees’ mental health