If the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated anything, it is we are all vulnerable to stress. Yet with every crisis, we plan for recovery of facilities, technology, and supplies. The focus seems to be on everything but employees, especially those who appear to be “unaffected.” Reliance on existing staff to cover for employees directly affected by a crisis, such as those who have lost a home or who have fallen ill, is a necessity. However, what about staff who appear to be fine but are not? Do we succeed enough at making sure those working through the crisis are not suffering…
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