Human resources offices are preparing for the potential impact the return to in-person work could have on the mental health of employees.
Many people experienced trauma throughout and because of the COVID-19 pandemic. That means mental health and what’s considered mental health issues are changing as employers deal with the anxiety of operating in a post-COVID workplace.
COVID has changed the way many people see the world and how they see themselves in the world. It’s changing the definition of mental health for work environments.
Employee assistance programs are already reporting a boon in contact as workers prepare to return to the physical workplace.
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Michigan lifts more COVID restrictions today: What’s changing
Michigan is relaxing more COVID-19 restrictions on Tuesday, the first of two big dates for lifting remaining limits on businesses.
Today, June 1, all outdoor capacity limits will be lifted, including for concert venues, stadiums and any other outdoor events. That means Comerica Park, for instance, can open up all seats.
For restaurants and bars, June 1 means the curfew rule, which required them to close at 11 p.m., is officially lifted. Restaurants and bars can remain open past 11 p.m., and can function within normal hours.