Guide to support wellbeing of remote workers
April 28 2020
The guide is designed to provide practical advice on how line managers can protect staff mental health by listening, helping in terms of reasonable adjustments, and where appropriate, signposting. Key issues such as compassionate leadership, delivering unwelcome news, managing staff working from home and managing staff who have been furloughed are all covered in the resource.
There is also a set of Quick Tips to accompany the full guide. This covers a range of subjects from talking about the Coronavirus, encouraging a work/life balance and providing digital information on wellbeing.
Clare Stafford, CEO of the Charlie Waller Trust, said:
During these uncertain times, it is more important than ever that all employers pay particular attention to protecting the mental health of their employees. You don’t need to be an expert, but by following some very simple guidelines you could provide much-needed support to a member of your team who might be struggling.
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