More people are dying from COVID-19 than at any other time in the pandemic. HR professionals may want to prepare for the possibility of losing someone in their workforce. Here are tips from experts on helping staff regroup after a co-worker’s death and grieve remotely.
Employment law attorneys answer questions about emergency paid sick leave, expanded family and medical leave, and how to help employees who are afraid to return to work.
With health care workers facing more sick and dying patients and tech workers having to be always on call, motivation is dropping and tensions are rising. Employers are trying to ease the burden by talking to their employees to find out how they can help.
Care advocates and counselors can help guide critically ill employees through the enormity of the health care industry. These support services are often available through employer-purchased health plans, and if not, can be purchased as separate benefits. The key is to make sure your workers know the benefit is available.
Masks are necessary during the coronavirus pandemic, but they also hide facial expressions that are key to communicating effectively. Here are some tips about how to make sure your listeners can understand you and stay safe.