Getting mental health in the workplace right can be a delicate balancing act for leaders. Protecting their own mental health, while looking after the same among their employees takes some doing, especially while maintaining profitability goals!
It’s fair to say that the current pandemic has changed the face of small business both in the UK and globally.
To minimise people’s risk of being exposed to the COVID-19 virus, more and more employers are asking staff to work from home where possible.
People Puzzles CEO and Founder talks about Furloughs and how to use them best to prepare your business for future growth.
We talk about time a lot: how we should be spending it, how to avoid running out of it, wishing we had more of it.
As with any attempt to offer broad advice to a specific category of people, it is impossible – and incorrect – to make generalised assumptions or sweeping statements.
Helping staff manage their fear and anxiety will be essential as we move through the Covid-19 pandemic. As a medical doctor, with a degree in psychology and a PhD in immunology I know that that its going to take more than working from home.
Check out Michelle Mone’s eight-point plan for surviving the Coronavirus crisis.