COVID-19 | How HR should tackle the surge in mental health issues

How HR should tackle the surge in mental health issues

Coronavirus has, of course, had devastating effects on employee physical and mental health.

HR has been constantly aware that whilst workers are striving to continue working and maintain productivity amid the pandemic, which continues to sweep across the nation causing localised lockdowns in areas such as Manchester and Leicester, has currently caused the infection and illness of 318,484 people within the UK – many of whom are active members of the workforce.

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