Encouraging resilience in a post pandemic workplace

It has been widely reported that the pandemic, alongside the government measures such as lockdown and social distancing taken by the government to control it, have had a significant impact upon the mental health of some employees.

Employers have a ‘duty of care’ to their employees, which means they must do all they reasonably can to support their employees’ health, safety and wellbeing. This includes making sure the working environment is safe which is especially the case when employees are returning to work following lockdown. This duty of care covers not only physical health, safety and wellbeing but also mental health, safety and wellbeing.

In this blog we’ll take a look at some key areas to consider when employees are returning to work and will offer some tips on how to re-engage with your teams.

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