The coronavirus pandemic is affecting mental well-being, and lockdowns and work from home initiatives are adding to the stress. Photo: ShutterstockThe coronavirus pandemic is affecting mental well-being, and lockdowns and work from home initiatives are adding to the stress. Photo: Shutterstock
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting mental well-being, and lockdowns and work from home initiatives are adding to the stress. Photo: Shutterstock

Mental health and working from home: what companies can do to help staff amid prolonged Covid-19 disruption

  • Employees report an increase in stress caused by the coronavirus and working in isolation, and an expert says more people feel anxious, lonely and burned out
  • Companies need to make sure support is available for staff, and managers should reach out to them, an expert says. An employer tells us steps he has taken

Topic |   Wellness
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting mental well-being, and lockdowns and work from home initiatives are adding to the stress. Photo: ShutterstockThe coronavirus pandemic is affecting mental well-being, and lockdowns and work from home initiatives are adding to the stress. Photo: Shutterstock
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting mental well-being, and lockdowns and work from home initiatives are adding to the stress. Photo: Shutterstock
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