How to Build a Workforce That Lasts Under Pressure

Recently, employees’ lives have been characterized by a lot of uncertainty. It’s understandable why so many employees might feel stressed following the pandemic. Concerns about the economy, money, jobs, the housing market, among other things, continue to put employees under a huge amount of stress.

Employees can have trouble thriving in the workplace when their lives are subjected to stressful changes they can’t control. If your employees are not flourishing, your organization will suffer. Even though the pandemic was such a stressful time, there were valuable lessons to be learned. Although the initial fear and concerns are beginning to wear off, employees are still feeling the pressure of this new paradigm. Not only did the Covid-19 outbreak shake workers’ confidence, but it clearly displayed the ways in which unprecedented systemic changes can strike at any time. This underlies the need for a workforce that can perform under pressure. Despite numerous unforeseen events, resilient workers and team members are ones who persevere and emerge largely unscathed from scary times or bad experiences.

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