The pandemic and its repercussions have magnified the importance of mental health. The crisis has accelerated a work-from-anywhere environment, as well as the need to help isolated, distributed employees stay mentally healthy.
Posts Tagged: “mental health”
This new reality has drastically changed our lives, leaving a lot of people feeling unmotivated. Here are five things you can do to create healthy habits.
It is good for our well-being if we work on both our physical and mental maintenance.
While we are not out of the woods with COVID-19 yet, many organizations are beginning to plan for gradual return to office work. For some employees, this will be a welcome relief from the isolation of remote work. But, for others, it will be a disruption that could feel even bigger than the shift to… Read more »
Employers can play a significant role in helping their employees remain productive while facing new challenges and distractions in the way of their capacity to be their most effective work-selves. As an employee who has experienced the benefits of a supportive employer, I’d like to pass on a few strategies that might be helpful to… Read more »
Can one learn to see differences differently?
Now, more than ever, government leaders and essential personnel need to find a way to relieve stress when work follows you everywhere you go.
I wanted to share this story for you women and men who are at a time in your life where you aren’t happy and you can’t quite see the light at the end of the tunnel.
The question remains, “How can we fulfill our need to ‘socialize’ when we are supposed to practice ‘social distancing’?” Here are some things you can do to be social in a socially responsible and physically distant kind of way.
What I have discovered is that we often feel anxiety, stress, panic in times that we are out of control – or perceive a loss of control. What I have also realized is that many of these simple tools can help us in our jobs as government employees.