“Now that figure has probably tripled,” he says. So it’s no surprise that in the lockdown, anxiety levels have been much more pronounced.”
How are organizations managing to adjust amidst these difficult times in order to support their employees? John Ambulance (SJA), a nonprofit organization that delivers first aid support and services.
“This is a time when people are looking to their leaders to give them some hope,” says Moutai.
And that all begins with effective and clear communication. Here are some tactics to try:
Communicate consistently and clearly
Workers who don’t receive clear expectations from managers are more likely to become anxious. “There’s never been a more critical need for clarity,” says Felstead.
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