Ease Workplace Anxiety with these 8 tips
About 40 million adults in the U.S. suffer from an anxiety disorder, according to the National Association of Mental Illness (NAMI). With today’s pandemic, that number could have potentially increased.
Workplace anxiety increased during the pandemic due to many unknowns from job security, getting back to normal life, work/ home life balance, and just processing all the societal events that took place. Companies have raised awareness and coping methods to ease workplace anxiety by offering mental health days, frequent check-ins between employees and managers, and simply raising awareness around employee anxiety.
While the new normal impacts all of us differently, small things can have a significant impact on the health of your workforce. Mental health is critical during these challenging times, so the best thing we can do is make sure we communicate effectively and be mindful of how we treat each other.
These Ease Workplace Anxiety tips are used in the Emtrain workplace. While it’s working for us, we thought we’d pass it along to you. Download this tip sheet to learn how you can support your employees through these uncertain times and how your workforce can maintain their mental health.