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Covid-19: Looking after employee mental health and wellbeing on return to the workplace

The aftermath of Covid-19 will affect employees and their organisations in different ways and will be dependent on a wide range of factors.  The industry sector, type of work and the employee job role will have determined the organisational approach to meeting the government guidelines. However, on an individual level, the pandemic will have affected people in different ways.

As we are starting to see the first signs of businesses preparing to open their premises and returning employees back to their normal places of work this article focuses on the psychological impacts and adaptations that employers will need to think about as we approach the post lockdown period.

To download our guide, click here: Employee mental health and wellbeing on return to the workplace

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