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Employers and Community Leaders
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Resources for Managing Stress
For Employers and Community Leaders
Leaders in the community and the workplace are in the position to provide accurate and timely information about the pandemic, foster peer support, update residents and staff about programs and policies, and offer resources to help cope with stress and grief.
Helping community members
- Helping People Manage Stress Associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak | en Español
Five key principles for health care providers, community leaders, and others concerned with the psychological welfare of the public.
- For Leaders: Supporting Your Staff During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
Tips to help employers to support staff in the workplace over time (e.g., early and extended recommendations), including sample communication language.
- For Leaders: Helping Employees in the Aftermath of Loss
Tips to help leaders support grieving employees through communication, flexibility and workplace policies.