HR Solutions Webinar:
Survivor Syndrome – How to Support Your Employees

Covid-19 has been devastating both for business and individuals personally. The psychological impact has been huge and as we try to build back business, we must take time to consider the support that people will need to move forward with us, especially those who have survived being placed on furlough, or from having been made redundant. People are our most important asset and in order to become competitive again and rebuild stronger, it is important to consider the needs of your employees. This webinar explores how we can do this.

WEBINAR SLIDES

HR Support

Engagement Multiplier:  the Engagement Multiplier Tool helps business leaders quickly understand how their teams are adjusting to working remotely; and what adjustments need to be made to help employees stay connected and productive. Find out more and request a free trial.

Employee Assistance Programme (EAP):  an EAP gives employees the support that they need to help them manage their health and wellbeing issues effectively.  It provides an independent, impartial service to help your employees resolve their difficulties more quickly, and minimize the impact on your business. Find out more about the EAP.

Mental Health Training:  the ‘First Aiders for Mental Health’ qualification helps to provide a positive mental health culture within the workplace.  It provides learners with knowledge of the most common mental health conditions and the skills to be able to act should a condition be suspected. Contact us for more information about mental health training.

HR, Health and Safety Advice:  HR Solutions are here to provide businesses and employers with support and advice on any employment related issues; to find out more, complete the contact us form below or call us on 0844 324 5840.

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