The emergence of COVID-19 has led to a massive change, uncertainty and new challenges for many of us, but how do we ensure that support is given to our workers who now find themselves suddenly working from home.
To many working from home won’t be an issue and will have been operating this type of flexible working for many years, however there are many people who will find this situation very difficult and hard to deal with, both on a personal and professional level. Most people are used to working in an office surrounded and supported by their friends and colleagues, in an environment they have got used to over the years. They are suddenly alone and without the support network directly around them that they have grown used to, so what can we do to help?
Joining us to discuss this we have Esmee Samara (Medical Social Worker and Consultant), Stephen Robling (Chief Officer at Community Counselling for North Yorkshire) and Poppy Angell (Campaigns and ISV Manager at Phoenix).
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You are never alone, if you ever find yourself feeling low and need some support there are many resources available online to help support and guide you including the below: