How to Proactively Minimize the Mental Health Impacts of The Pandemic

Stress, burnout, turnover, and leaves of absences continue to impact the workplace as a result of the pandemic. Discover effective ways to support employees’ long-term mental health by building a lasting culture of mental wellness.

The psychological toll of the pandemic

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Even after more than two years, millions of people still suffer from chronic stress, fear, grief, isolation, prolonged exhaustion, long-haul symptoms, and mental health disorders brought on or exacerbated by the pandemic. These effects trickle into the workplace, keeping employees from being fully present and doing their best work. Workforces need and deserve an evolved approach to mental health that not only makes the highest quality care easily accessible, but also makes creating a culture of psychological health and safety a top priority.

Within this guide, leaders will find strategies to:

  • Develop work structures that support good mental health across the organization
  • Provide on-demand mental health training for employees
  • Implement workplace policies that lower the risk of work-related distress
  • Help manager navigate difficult conversations and proactively solicit input to understand how to improve the work experience